What is the most important information, conceptually, for clinical genetics professionals to do their jobs well? Is the information always necessary; if not, when is it critical vs. extraneous? When is it potentially harmful?
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Hosted by the Center for Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Genetics Resources and Analysis at Columbia University.