Access to genomic information is changing the way we practice health care
Please Read number #1 and then response #2, paying attention to note
#1. Access to genomic information is changing the way we practice health care. Today, children and their parents have the potential to learn about DNA sequence alterations that: (1) confirm conditions pre-symptomatically (before symptoms appear), (2) predispose children to common disorders, such as cancer and diabetes, or (3) identify carrier states.
#2. Think about the positive and negative consequences of parents and/or children having access to this type of information before a child turns 18?.
Note: Provide supportive evidence with correct APA citation. Your evidence should be scholarly articles, professional websites, research studies, and or books that provide supportive evidence in the last five years.
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