Last Posted: Jul 20, 2019
- Comparison of adopted and non-adopted individuals reveals gene-environment interplay for education in the UK Biobank
R Cheesman et al, BioRXIV preprints, July 18, 2019
- Addressing perceived economic obstacles to genetic testing as a way to mitigate disparities in family health history for adoptees.
May Thomas et al. Health economics, policy, and law 2018 Dec 1-11
- The value of genetic testing for family health history of adopted persons.
May Thomas et al. Nature reviews. Genetics 2018 Nov
- Adoptees lacking family health history look to whole genome sequencing for answers
M Thomas, Hudson Alpha, October 2018
- Adoptees' Pursuit of Genomic Testing to Fill Gaps in Family Health History and Reduce Healthcare Disparity.
Casas Kari A et al. Narrative inquiry in bioethics 2018 8(2) 131-135
- A Swedish Nationwide Adoption Study of the Heritability of Heart Failure.
Lindgren Magnus P et al. JAMA cardiology 2018 Jul
- If I'm Adopted, Should I Have DNA Testing?
E Matloff, Forbes, July 11, 2018
- Are Genetic Testing Sites the New Social Networks?
A Krueger, NY Times, June 16, 2018
- Adopted Individuals' Views on the Utility and Value of Expanded Carrier Screening.
Spencer Sara et al. Journal of genetic counseling 2018 Mar
- Ethical issues in neurogenetics.
Uhlmann Wendy R et al. Handbook of clinical neurology 2018 14723-36
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