Ethical Issues in Newborn Screening and the Impact of New Technologies
European Journal of Pediatrics 2003 December; 162(Supplement 1): S62-S66
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Parental Attitudes Toward Ethical and Social Issues Surrounding the Expansion of Newborn Screening Using New Technologies Hasegawa, L E; Fergus, K A; Ojeda, N; Au, S M (2011)This study assessed parent knowledge of newborn screening (NBS) and parent attitudes toward NBS for untreatable conditions, NBS for late-onset disorders and informed consent in NBS.
New Technologies for Genetic and Newborn Screening: A Medical, Legal, and Ethical Update, Yale University School of Medicine, April 23, 1990 Seashore, Margretta R., guest ed. (1991-01)
Dhondt, Jean-Louis (2010-10)Newborn screening and genetic testing have expanded rapidly in the last decade with the advent of multiplex (e.g., tandem mass spectrometry) and/or DNA technologies. However, screening panels include a large number of ...