Late Onset Genetic Disease: Where Ignorance Is Bliss, Is It Folly to Inform Relatives?
Wilcke, Jon Torgny R.
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1998 Sep 12; 317(7160): 744-747.
Advisory Committees; Autonomy; Counseling; Disclosure; Disease; Duty to Warn; Ethics; Family Relationship; Genetic Counseling; Genetic Predisposition; Health; Health Personnel; Late-Onset Disorders; Medicine; Moral Obligations; Moral Policy; Paternalism; Patients; Preventive Medicine; Privacy; Professional Family Relationship; Right Not to Know; Risks and Benefits; Relatives; Smoking;
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