BMC Medical Ethics 15 (1):5 (2014)

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Sigrid Sterckx
University of Ghent
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The preventative paradigm of preconception care is receiving increasing attention, yet its boundaries remain vague in three respects: temporally; agentially; and instrumentally. Crucially, it remains unclear just who is to be considered a ‘potential parent’, how soon they should take up preconception responsibilities, and how weighty their responsibilities should be
Keywords Preconception care  Beneficence  Folic acid  Obesity  Genetic testing
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DOI 10.1186/1472-6939-15-5
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