Genetic counseling, genetic predispositions, privacy rights, and access to genetic information.
In: Furton, Edward J., ed. What is Man, O Lord? The Human Person in a Biotech Age. Workshop for Bishops of the United States and Canada (18th: 2001: Dallas, Tex.). Boston, Mass.: National Catholic Bioethics Center; 2002: 123-129.
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A Bill to Define the Circumstances under which DNA Samples may be Collected, Stored, and Analyzed, and Genetic Information May be Collected, Stored, Analyzed, and Disclosed, to Define the Rights of Individuals and Persons with Respect to Genetic Information, to Define the Responsibilities of Persons with Respect to Genetic Information, to Protect Individuals and Families from Genetic Discrimination, to Establish Uniform Rules that Protect Individual Genetic Privacy, and to Establish Effective Mechanisms to Enforce the Rights and Responsibilities Established under this Act United States. Congress. Senate (1997-03-11)
A Bill to Provide Individuals With Access to Health Information of Which They Ar a Subject, Ensure Personal Privacy With Respect to Health-Care-Related Information, Impose Criminal and Civil Penalties for Unauthorized Use of Protected Health Information, to Provide for the Strong Enforcement of These Rights, and to Protect State's Rights Unknown author (United States. Congress. Senate, 1999-03-10)