The Potential Social Impact of Predictive Genetic Testing for Susceptibility to Common Chronic Diseases: A Review and Proposed Research Agenda
Smith, George Davey
Sociology of Health and Illness. 1994 Jun; 16(3): 340-371.
Comprehension; Counseling; Decision Making; Disclosure; Discrimination; Empirical Research; Employment; Family Members; Genetic Counseling; Genetic Information; Genetic Testing; Genetic Screening; Insurance; Insurance Selection Bias; Late-Onset Disorders; Mass Screening; Medicine; Pedigree; Preventive Medicine; Privacy; Psychological Stress; Public Policy; Quality Control; Reproduction; Research; Resource Allocation; Review; Risk; Risks and Benefits; Self Concept; Social Discrimination; Social Impact; Stigmatization; Uncertainty;
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