Why do people consent to participate in genetic epidemiological studies?
[Nippon k?sh? eisei zasshi] Japanese journal of public health 2010 Nov; 57(11): 977-87
This investigation aimed to determine in a research setting why people in the general population consent to participate in genetic epidemiological studies.
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