Topics for Our Times: The Proliferation and Risks of Government DNA Databases
American Journal of Public Health. 1997 Mar; 87(3): 336-337.
Confidentiality; Databases; Disclosure; DNA; DNA Data Banks; DNA Databases; DNA Fingerprinting; Data Banks; Discrimination; Eugenics; Federal Government; Forensic Medicine; Genetic Disorders; Genetic Predisposition; Government; Law; Law Enforcement; Medicine; Military Personnel; Privacy; Public Policy; Social Control; Social Discrimination; Social Impact; State Government; Tissue Banks;
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Hull, Sara Chandros; Sharp, Richard R.; Botkin, Jeffrey R.; Brown, Mark; Hughes, Mark; Sugarman, Jeremy; Schwinn, Debra; Sankar, Pamela; Bolcic-Jankovic, Dragana; Clarridge, Brian R.; Wilfond, Benjamin S. (2008-10)It is unclear whether the regulatory distinction between non-identifiable and identifiable information--information used to determine informed consent practices for the use of clinically derived samples for genetic ...