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How an individual's genetic information is governed by confidentiality, and how the interests of others-such as close relatives-in knowing such information might be respected, has been the topic of much debate ever since genetic testing has become more prevalent. In this paper, two authors who often appear to have different views on familial disclosure, discuss where they agree on this topic.

Original publication

DOI

10.1007/s00439-021-02401-0

Type

Journal article

Journal

Human genetics

Publication Date

08/12/2021

Addresses

Clinical Ethics and Law, Faculty of Medicine, Southampton University, Southampton, UK. A.M.Lucassen@soton.ac.uk.