Telling Genes:

The Story of Genetic Counseling in America

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESSISBN: 9781421406688

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Imprint: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS
By:
Alexandra Minna Stern
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PAPERBACK
Pages:
248

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Description

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. History: Genetic Counseling Develops
2. Genetic Risk: An Evolving Calculus
3. Race: Tense and Troubled Relations
4. Disability: The Dynamics of Difference
5. Women: Transforming Genetic Counseling
6. Ethics: Shades of Gray in Genetic Counseling
7. Prenatal Diagnosis: The Handmaiden of Contemporary Genetic Counseling
Conclusion
Appendixes
A. Archival Materials Consulted
B. Interviewees
C. Master's Degree Genetic Counseling Programs in North America
Notes
Index

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