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Genetic Discrimination
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Editors: Leana J. Albertson
Book Description:
Genetic information can be misused. It can be used to discriminate against people in health insurance and employment. People known to carry a gene that increases their likelihood of developing cancer, for example, may get turned down for health insurance. Without health insurance, it may be impossible for some people to get treatment for a disease that could be fatal. This may lead some people to decide against genetic testing for fear of what the results might show, and who might find out about them. It also could lead some people to decline participation in biomedical research such as studies of gene mutations associated with certain diseases that examine the history of families prone to those maladies. This new book examines some of the hot areas of research in the field.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1 - Genetic Discrimination: Overview of the Issue and Proposed Legislation; pp. 1-30
(Erin D. Williams, Amanda K. Sarata and C. Stephen Redhead)

Chapter 2 - Genetic Testing: Scientific Background for Policymakers; pp. 31-40
(Amanda K. Sarata)

Chapter 3 - Genetic Information: Legal Issues Relating to Discrimination and Privacy; pp. 41-60
(Nancy Lee Jones and Alison M. Smith)

Chapter 4 - Genetic Non-discrimination in Employment: A Comparison of Title II Provisions in S. 358 and H.R. 493, 110th Congress;
pp. 61-85
(Nancy Lee Jones)

Chapter 5 - Genetic Discrimination in Health Insurance; pp. 87-94
(GAO)

Chapter 6 - Genetic Nondiscrimination in Health Insurance: A Side-by-Side Comparison of the Title I. Provisions in H.R. 493 and S. 358; pp. 95-106
(C. Stephen Redhead)

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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-357-3
   Status: AV
  
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