Genetic testing, organ transplantation, and an end to nondirective counseling.
Excerpt: “Organ transplantation is heralded as standard or hopeful therapy for a variety of end-stage, life- threatening, or debilitating diseases, including genetic maladies. Here I argue that rather than looking to organ transplantation as a cure for genetic malady, we ought instead to work toward preventing genetic disease through preconceptual and prenatal testing.” (p.240)
New York Academy of Sciences.
Elliott, D. (2000). Genetic testing, organ transplantation, and an end to nondirective counseling. In R. Cohen – Almagor, (Ed). Medical Ethics at the Dawn of the 21st Century. (pp. 240-247), New York: New York Academy of Sciences.
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