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(The Hastings Center) Early, noninvasive prenatal genetic testing promises substantial benefits to patients, but also raises ethical concerns. Hastings Center research scholar Josephine Johnston and co-authors propose policies and practices to support free and informed decisions about testing in an article in the New England Journal of Medicine. Johnston discusses the recommendations in the journal's podcast.
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