Jewish Genetic Diseases: Special Section
Forward 1997 August 29; 101(31,145): 15-25
Includes articles: Darwin or Dice? Scientists Search for the Origins of the Illness by Noemi Giszpenc; What We Can Learn from the Mice: Current Research Advances Point to Improved Therapies; New Technology Eases Ethical Dilemmas: Assists Orthodox in Planning Around Genetic Diseases by Barbara Trainin Blank; New Dystonia Carrier Test Expected: Easier Diagnosis of DYT1 Will Be Available in Clinical Laboratories; Visiting Rabbi Proffers Rx for the Soul: Religious Guidance May Help Patients to Heal by Samuel Schindler; Breakthrough Babies Show Mixed Results [Canavan's Disease] by Anna Ziegler; Clinton Back Insurance Bill: Would Ban Bias Based on Genetic Profile by Daniel Kurtzman; Spotlight on NYU Neurogenetics: An Integrated Program Offering Diagnosis, Treatment and Referrals; `She's Special' Declares Sister of Sick Child [Mucolipidosis type 4]; Fraternity Mobilizes Against Tay-Sachs; Genetic Road May Lead to Rome: Scientists Discover Ties Between Ashkenazim and Roman Jews; Jewish Genetic Diseases -- A Guide; How a Gene Mutation Prevails; Israeli Wall of Silence Begins to Crumble [breast cancer] by Talia Milgrom-Elcott. Also includes many medical advertisements for genetic screening and treatment programs.
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Research subject information and consent form: the collection of a control sample for genetic studies of complex diseases in the Ashkenazi Jewish community Pulver, Ann E.; Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions (2002-10-27)Sample enrollment document from the repository for Ashkenazi Jewish controls: A resource for genetic association studies, principal investigator Ann E. Pulver, Sc.D.; materials include: informed consent statement for ...