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Code of Ethics: To Keep the Visual Welfare of the Patient Uppermost at All Times; to Promote in Every Possible Way, in Collaboration With This Association, Better Care of the Visual Needs of Mankind; to Enhance Continuously Their Educational And Technical Proficiency to the End That Their Patients Shall Receive the Benefits of All Acknowledged Improvements in Visual Care; That No Person Shall Lack for Visual Care, Regardless of His Financial Status; to Advise the Patient Whenever Consultation With an Optometric Colleague or Reference for Other Professional Care Seems Advisable; to Hold in Professional Confidence All Information Concerning a Patient and to Use Such Data Only for the Benefit of the Patient; to Conduct Themselves as Exemplary Citizens; to Maintain Their Offices and Their Practices in Keeping With Professional Standards; to Promote and Maintain Cordial and Unselfish Relationships With Members of Their Own Profession and of Other Professions for the Exchange of Information To the Advantage of Mank Foster, George E.; Bailey R. Norman; Werner, D. Leonard; Roth, Michael S.; Sterling, John; Classe, John G.; Haffner, Alden N.; Creasey, Larry; Walls, Lesley L.; Marenco, Marc (1994-06)
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)
GENETIC DISORDERS SOURCEBOOK: BASIC CONSUMER HEALTH INFORMATION ABOUT HEREDITARY DISORDERS, INCLUDING DISORDERS RESULTING FROM ABNORMALITIES IN SPECIFIC GENES, SUCH AS HEMOPHILIA, SICKLE CELL DISEASE, AND CYSTIC FIBROSIS, CHROMOSOMAL DISORDERS, SUCH AS DOWN SYNDROME, FRAGILE X SYNDROME, AND KLINEFELTER SYNDROME, AND COMPLEX DISORDERS WITH ENVIRONMENTAL AND GENETIC COMPONENTS, SUCH AS ALZHEIMER DISEASE, CANCER, HEART DISEASE, AND OBESITY, ALONG WITH INFORMATION ABOUT THE HUMAN GENOME PROJECT, GENETIC TESTING AND PRIVACY CONCERNS, THE SPECIAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN WITH GENETIC DISORDERS, CURRENT RESEARCH INITIATIVES, A GLOSSARY OF TERMS, AND A DIRECTORY OF RESOURCES FOR FURTHER HELP AND INFORMATION Judd, Sandra J., ed. (2010)