The Right Not to Know: Worthy of Preservation Any Longer? an Ethical Perspective
Clinical Genetics. 1996 Aug; 50(2): 85-88.
A presumed right not to know has been claimed in several discussions about testing for genetic diseases or genetic risks in families of populations. In this paper, ethical problems arising from the implementation of a possible right not to know are examined.
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