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The public must decide whether genetic screening is ethical

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Decisions about whether prenatal screening is ethical should come from the public, not research ethics committees, argues a study that has shown that UK committees’ opinions vary on screening for Down’s syndrome. The study raises ethical questions about genetic testing in general, which need to be debated publicly before the …

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