Author(s): Ross LF, Saal HM, David KL, Anderson RR American Ac
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Abstract The genetic testing and genetic screening of children are commonplace. Decisions about whether to offer genetic testing and screening should be driven by the best interest of the child. The growing literature on the psychosocial and clinical effects of such testing and screening can help inform best practices. This technical report provides ethical justification and empirical data in support of the proposed policy recommendations regarding such practices in a myriad of settings.
This article was published in Genet Med
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics