Americans' attitudes toward informed consent for breast cancer susceptibility testing: questions for cross-cultural research.
In: Nippert, I.; Neitzel, H.; Wolff, G., eds. The New Genetics: From Research into Health Care: Social and Ethical Implications for Users and Providers. New York: Springer; 1999: 13- 21.
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