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Preempting genetic discrimination and assaults on privacy: Report of a symposium
Aileen Shinaman, Lisa J. Bain, Ira Shoulson. American Journal of Medical Genetics. Volume120A, Issue 4: p. 589-93, August 2003.
Life insurance and breast cancer risk assessment: Adverse selection, genetic testing decisions, and discrimination
Katrina Armstrong, M.D., M.S.C.E. Barbara Weber, Genevieve FitzGerald, John C. Hershey, Mark V. Pauly, Jean Lemaire, Krupa Subramanian, David A. Asch. American Journal of Medical Genetics. Volume 120A, Issue 3: p. 359-364, July 2003.
Genetic Counseling and Testing in Families With Hereditary Nonpolyposis Colorectal Cancer
Donald W. Hadley, Jean Jenkins, Eileen Dimond, Kenneth Nakahara, Liam Grogan, David J. Liewehr, Seth M. Steinberg, Ilan Kirsch. Archives of Internal Medicine. Volume 163, Number 5: p. 573-582, March 2003.
Consumer awareness and attitudes about insurance discrimination post enactment of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
Allain DC, Friedman S, Senter L. Fam Cancer. 2012 Aug 14. [Epub ahead of print]
Examines consumer awareness and attitudes about the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act since its passage.