Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 8 (2):161-163 (1998)
|Abstract||: Common wisdom in genetic counseling, which is supported by Biesecker, holds that counselors should strive not to influence their clients' decision making. Such a presumption of nondirectiveness is challenged in this commentary|
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