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The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening

The Australian Case (International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine)

by Michela Betta

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ethical issues & debates,
  • Medical screening,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Ethics & Moral Philosophy,
  • History & Surveys - Modern,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Genes and Crime,
  • Genetic Enhancement,
  • Genetic Information and Self-knowledge,
  • Genetic Testing,
  • Probabilistic Diagnosis,
  • Science / Biology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8371922M
    ISBN 101402046189
    ISBN 109781402046186

    In: Betta, Michela, ed. The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening: the Australian Case. Dordrecht: Springer, The Ethics of Genetic Screening” Gender selection has been associated with a number of ethical, moral, social and legal issues. Sex selection may be performed for medical reasons to avoid sex-linked diseases or for parental preference. Genetic testing can enhance and improve lives with immeasurable benefits. The rewards of this.

    The product of a Hastings Center project on ethical decision making for newborn screening, Ethics and Newborn Genetic Screening: New Technologies, New Challenges should be required reading for all those concerned with the evolution of infant screening and, more broadly, children's health policy. Although not all contributions to the edited volume are equally compelling, the book brings Author: Fiona Alice Miller. Ethical Issues in Genetic Testing Kimberly A. Quaid, Ph.D. () The Changing Moral Focus of Newborn Screening • American Academy of Pediatrics () Ethical and Policy Issues in Genetic Testing and Screening of Children 6/20/ Indiana University Center Bioethics for 6/20/ Ethical Issues in Newborn Screening 1.

    Genetic Screening. Genetic screening is the application of a test on people for the systematic early detection or exclusion of a hereditary disease, a genetic predisposition to a disease, or to determine whether a person carries a predisposition which may produce a hereditary disease in their offspring (Health Council of the Netherlands ). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.


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The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening The Imperative of the "New Genetics": Challenges for Ethics, Law, and Social Policy AuthorsAuthor: David Weisbrot. 8 Social, Legal, and Ethical Implications of Genetic Testing Each new genetic test that is developed raises serious issues for medicine, public health, and social policy regarding the circumstances under which the test should be used, how the test is implemented, and what The Moral are made of its by: 4.

Gesche, Astrid () Genetic Testing and Human Genetic Databases. In Betta, M (Ed.) The Moral, Social and Commercial Imperative of Genetic Testing and Screening: The Australian Case.

Springer, The Netherlands, Dordrecht, pp. Cited by: 1. it comes to genetic screening and testing however, the problem at the base is a moral disagreement to specific areas common to all cases – such as, again, the status of the embryo and parental Author: Pierre Mallia.

Genetic testing and screening is the testing of a person's DNA to determine whether they are at risk of certain genetic disorders. Such testing has several social and ethical considerations. The Moral, Social and Commercial Imperative of Genetic Testing and Screening: The Australian Case.

Springer, The Netherlands, Dordrecht, pp. As health care professions, law enforcement agencies, governments, employers, insurance companies and others rush to utilise genetic information about individuals with whom they interact or have Cited by: 2.

The Imperative of the New Genetics: Challenge for Ethics, Law and Social Policy; D. Weisbrot. Insurance and Genetics: Regulating a Private Market in. The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening: In the past people were classified as being healthy or sick.

With genetic testing and screening, adults might be healthy, predisposed to an illness, probably at risk, at risk, or carriers of certain risks. The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening: The Australian Case (International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine) Pdf, Download; Ebookee Alternative.

Explores the moral and ethical concerns derived from an increasing knowledge of genetics and the variety of its commercial applications; A major contribution to the emerging understanding of the role that ethics will play in genetic commerce. Weisbrot, David and Opeskin, Brian, Insurance and Genetics: Regulating A Private Market in the Public Interest (January 1, ).

Michela Betta (ed), The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and by: 2. The moral, social, and commercial imperatives of genetic testing and screening: the Australian case.

[Michela Betta;] -- This is a dynamic book that successfully combines global and local thinking with regard to an emerging technology that will contribute to the expansion of proteomics and pharmacogenomics, the science.

Weisbrot, D & Opeskin, BInsurance and genetics: regulating a private market in the public interest. in M Betta (ed.), The Moral, social, and commercial imperatives of genetic testing and screening: the Australian case. International library of ethics, law, and the new medicine, vol.

30, Springer, Springer Nature, Netherlands, pp. Cited by: 2. Author(s): Betta,Michela, Title(s): The moral, social, and commercial imperatives of genetic testing and screening: the Australian case/ edited by Michaela Betta. Country of Publication: Netherlands Publisher: Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer, c The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening: the Australian Case.

[Michela Betta] -- Genetic testing and screening will change the way people understand health, diagnostic knowledge, illness but also crime, databases and private information, paternity, and self-knowledge. Genetic testing usually involves testing an individual for the genetic change (mutation) underlying a condition or abnormality that may be suggested by other evidence.

Genetic screening may involve testing members of a population (or sub-population) for a defect or condition, usually where there is no prior evidence of its presence in individuals or their relatives, and as part of a public.

Michela Betta (ed), The Moral, Social, and Commercial Imperatives of Genetic Testing and Screening. The Australian Case, –, Number of pages: 39 Posted: 11 Oct The Impact of Genetic Testing and Genetic Information on Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in North America: The Framework: /ch This chapter discusses the impact of genetic testing and genetic information.

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