Commentary on Spriggs: genetically selected baby free of inherited predisposition to early onset Alzheimer's disease
Journal of Medical Ethics 2003 April; 29(2): 120
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Spriggs, M. (2002-10)The application of preimplantation genetic diagnosis to select against early-onset Alzheimer's has been criticised on several grounds. Some critics think it is wrong to reject an embryo because it may develop a disease ...
Attitudes and knowledge about genetic testing before and after finding the disease-causing mutation among individuals at high risk for familial, early-onset Alzheimer's disease. Marcheco-Teruel, Beatriz; Fuentes-Smith, Evelyn (2009-02)
Preparing for Presymptomatic DNA Testing for Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease/cerebral Haemorrhage and Hereditary Pick Disease Tibben, A.; Stevens, M.; de Wert, G.M.W.R.; Niermeijer, M.F.; van Duijn, C.M.; van Swieten, J.C. (1997-01)The acceptability of presymptomatic testing in 21 people at 50% risk for the APP-692 mutation causing presenile Alzheimer's disease or cerebral haemorrhage resulting from cerebral amyloid angiopathy (FAD-CH), and in 43 people ...