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Employees can protect themselves against workplace genetic discrimination

Jeremy Gruber | 
As genetic testing and genetic information become increasingly available, it is critical that   employers have a full understanding of current ...

Tangled ethics of preimplantation genetic testing

Ellen Painter Dollar | 
During her third summer of life, my oldest daughter had three broken bones - a broken arm in June, a ...

Creationists pit genetics and evolution against one another

Glenn Branch | 
Evolution and genetics are "two very closely interwoven disciplines," as the Genetics Society of America observes, so it is difficult ...

DNA can challenge religious doctrines

Amy Mueller, Michael Grodin | 
Advancements in medical genetics challenge the long-standing relationship between science and religion. Both genetics and religion can affect notions of ...

Genetic screening of unborn babies ‘may be inaccurate’, says genetic watchdog Council for Responsible Genetics

New tests for genetic screening of unborn babies will not be 100 per cent accurate and may scare parents into ...
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