Prenatal genetic testing kits sold at your local pharmacy: Promoting autonomy or promoting confusion?

Bioethics 20 (5):254–263 (2006)
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Keywords genetic testing  direct to the public  Prenatal diagnosis  advertising  non‐directive counselling  autonomy
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Kurt Bayertz (1998). What's Special About Molecular Genetic Diagnostics? Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 23 (3):247 – 254.
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