Gender differences in attitudes among those at risk for Huntington's disease
Genetic Testing 2005 Summer; 9(2): 152-157
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In their own words: reports of stigma and genetic discrimination by people at risk for Huntington disease in the International . Williams, Janet K; Erwin, Cheryl; Juhl, Andrew R; Mengeling, Michelle; Bombard, Yvonne; Hayden, Michael R; Quaid, Kimberly; Shoulson, Ira; Taylor, Sandra; Paulsen, Jane S; (2010-09)Genetic discrimination may be experienced in the day-to-day lives of people at risk for Huntington disease (HD), encompassing occurrences in the workplace, when seeking insurance, within social relationships, and during ...
Perception, experience, and response to genetic discrimination in Huntington disease: the international RESPOND-HD study. Erwin, Cheryl; Williams, Janet K; Juhl, Andrew R; Mengeling, Michelle; Mills, James A; Bombard, Yvonne; Hayden, Michael R; Quaid, Kimberly; Shoulson, Ira; Taylor, Sandra; Paulsen, Jane S; (2010-07)Genetic discrimination-defined as the denial of rights, privileges, or opportunities or other adverse treatment based solely on genetic information (including family history)-is an important concern to patients, healthcare ...
Predictive genetic test decisions for Huntington's disease: context, appraisal and new moral imperatives Taylor, Sandra D. (2004-01)