Decision-Making and Ante-Natal Screening for Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Disorders
Green, Josephine M.
Current Sociology 2008 January; 56(1): 77-98
Attitudes; Choice Behavior; Christians; Clergy; Cross-Cultural Comparison; Culture; Decision Making; Diagnosis; Empirical Research; Ethnic Groups; Family Relationship; Fatwas; Focus Groups; Genetic Disorders; Health; Health Personnel; Illness; Minority Groups; Muslims; Parents; Prenatal Diagnosis; Religion; Research; Selective Sickle Cell Anemia; Thalassemia; Religious Ethics; Moral and Religious Aspects of Abortion; Genetic Counseling / Prenatal Diagnosis; Cultural Pluralism;
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