Protecting Parents' Freedom to Have Children With Genetic Differences
University of Illinois Law Review. 1995; 4: 761-812.
Abortion; Cesarean Section; Children; Coercion; Constitutional Law; Counseling; Diagnosis; Fetal Therapy; Fetuses; Freedom; Genetic Counseling; Genetic Disorders; Genetic Screening; Injuries; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Liability; Life; Liability; Mother Fetus Relationship; Parent Child Relationship; Parents; Pregnant Women; Prenatal Diagnosis; Prenatal Injuries; Privacy; Reproduction; Rights; Selective Abortion; Social Control; State Interest; Suffering; Treatment Refusal; Values; Wrongful Life;
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