Genetic testing

Greengard, Samuel
July 1997
Workforce (10928332);Jul97, Vol. 76 Issue 7, p38
Discusses the moral, ethical, legal and issues involved in genetic research in relation to hiring and dismissal of employees. Discrimination and privacy issues; Question on the reliability factor of genetic; Advantages and disadvantages of genetic research. INSETS: Put policies in place.;Genetic testing pushes buttons..


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