Ethical issues in genetic research, testing, counseling, and therapy.
Wright, Rollin M.; Balint, John A.; Porter, Ian H.; Shelton, Wayne N.
In: Edwards, Rem B.; Bittar, E. Edwards, eds. Advances in Bioethics: Bioethics for Medical Education. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press; 1999: 171-213.
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