Von der Prävention bis zur "olympiareifen" Belegschaft -- Konfliktlinien und Argumentationsfiguren zur Genetik in der Arbeitsmedizin in historischer Perspektive
Medizinhistorisches Journal 2011; 46(1): 51-82
The article examines the positions and discussions on genetic testing in occupational medicine within a historical perspective. In the process, it shows a continuity of views regarding occupational medicine and its diagnostic approaches. While labor representatives mainly opposed the possibilities of genetic testing and particularly emphasized its selective nature, physicians stressed the preventive possibilities but nevertheless realized the importance of federal regulation. Interestingly enough, the discussions dealt exclusively with the modern possibilities of genetic testing, which played minuscule role in practice. On the other hand, family history, to this day, has attracted very little interest.
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