Genetic Privacy: Might There Be a Moral Duty to Share One's Genetic Information?

American Journal of Bioethics 9 (6-7):52-54 (2009)
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In discussions about direct-to-consumer availability of genetic testing, much attention has been given to identifying the various risks and benefits that individuals might incur. For example, upon...

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