Good Eggs, Bad Eggs: The Growing Power of Prenatal Genetic Tests Is Raising Thorny New Questions About Ethics, Fairness and Privacy
Time. 1999 Jan 11; 153(1): 56-59.
Abortion; Congenital Disorders; Counseling; Decision Making; Diagnosis; Disclosure; Discrimination; Employment; Ethics; Family Members; Fetuses; Genetic Counseling; Genetic Disorders; Genetic Predisposition; Genetic Screening; Health; Health Insurance; Insurance; Late-Onset Disorders; Parents; Preimplantation Diagnosis; Prenatal Diagnosis; Privacy; Public Opinion; Power; Selective Abortion; Social Discrimination;
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