June 9-16, 2016
Last Updated: Jun 09, 2016
- Personal utility in genomic testing: is there such a thing?
Bunnik Eline M et al. Journal of medical ethics 2015 Apr 41(4) 322-6
- Pharmacogenomic incidental findings in 308 families: The NIH Undiagnosed Diseases Program experience.
Lee Elizabeth M J et al. Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics 2016 Jun
- DECIDE: a Decision Support Tool to Facilitate Parents' Choices Regarding Genome-Wide Sequencing.
Birch Patricia et al. Journal of genetic counseling 2016 May
- Ethical considerations in biobanks: how a public health ethics perspective sheds new light on old controversies.
Virani Alice Hawkins et al. Journal of genetic counseling 2015 Jun 24(3) 428-32
- The challenge of consent in clinical genome-wide testing.
Burke Katherine et al. Archives of disease in childhood 2016 Apr
- Research participant interest in primary, secondary, and incidental genomic findings.
Loud Jennifer T et al. Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics 2016 Apr
- Patient preferences regarding incidental genomic findings discovered during tumor profiling.
Yushak Melinda L et al. Cancer 2016 Mar
- Ethical Considerations for the Return of Incidental Findings in Ophthalmic Genomic Research.
Souzeau Emmanuelle et al. Translational vision science & technology 2016 Feb 5(1) 3
- Incidental Findings: The Importance of Pretest Counseling.
Buchtel Kathryn M et al. Pediatric neurology briefs 2015 Dec 29(12) 91
- Patients' views on incidental findings from clinical exome sequencing.
Clift Kristin E et al. Applied & translational genomics 2015 Mar 438-43
- A Clinical Service to Support the Return of Secondary Genomic Findings in Human Research
AJ Darnell et al, AM J Human Genetics, March 3, 2016
- Incidental findings of uncertain significance: To know or not to know - that is not the question.
Hofmann Bjørn et al. BMC medical ethics 2016 (1) 13
- Generating a taxonomy for genetic conditions relevant to reproductive planning.
Korngiebel Diane M et al. American journal of medical genetics. Part A 2016 Mar 170(3) 565-73
- Oncologists' and cancer patients' views on whole-exome sequencing and incidental findings: results from the CanSeq study.
Gray Stacy W et al. Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics 2016 Feb
- Improving performance of multigene panels for genomic analysis of cancer predisposition.
Shirts Brian H et al. Genetics in medicine : official journal of the American College of Medical Genetics 2016 Feb
- Association of Arrhythmia-Related Genetic Variants With Phenotypes Documented in Electronic Medical Records.
Van Driest Sara L et al. JAMA 2016 Jan 315(1) 47-57
- In Guanine We Trust: Genetic Testing and the Sense of Coherence.
DuBois James M et al. Narrative inquiry in bioethics 2015 5(3) 237-44
- Automatic Placement of Genomic Research Results in Medical Records: Do Researchers Have a Duty? Should Participants Have a Choice?
Prince Anya E R et al. The Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal of the American Society of Law, Medicine & Ethics 2015 Dec 43(4) 827-42
- You have a possibly faulty gene. Should your doctor tell you?
By Patrick Skerrett, STAT, January 5, 2016
- Next-generation sequencing using a pre-designed gene panel for the molecular diagnosis of congenital disorders in pediatric patients.
Lim Eileen C P et al. Human genomics 2015 9(1) 33
- Statement of principles on the return of research results and incidental findings in paediatric research: a multi-site consultative process.
Published on 2015 by The Network of Applied Genetic Medicine
- Incidental Findings with Genomic Testing: Implications for Genetic Counseling Practice.
Roche Myra I et al. Current genetic medicine reports 3(4) 166-176
- Precision medicine ethics: selected issues and developments in next-generation sequencing, clinical oncology, and ethics.
Fiore Robin N et al. Current opinion in oncology 2015 Nov
- Review of Commercially Available Epilepsy Genetic Panels.
Chambers Chelsea et al. Journal of genetic counseling 2015 Nov
- Genetics: Fluent in DNA.
Eisenstein Michael et al. Nature 2015 Oct 526(7571) 151-2
- To disclose, or not to disclose? Context matters.
Rahimzadeh Vasiliki et al. European journal of human genetics : EJHG 2015 Mar 23(3) 279-84
- Returning a Research Participant's Genomic Results to Relatives: Analysis and Recommendations.
Published on 2015 by Expert panel
- Association of Researcher Characteristics with Views on Return of Incidental Findings from Genomic Research.
Wynn Julia et al. Journal of genetic counseling 2015 Oct 24(5) 833-41
- Molecular analysis of clinical isolates previously diagnosed as Mycobacterium intracellulare reveals incidental findings of "Mycobacterium indicus pranii" genotypes in human lung infection.
Kim Su-Young, Park Hye Yun, Jeong Byeong-Ho, Jeon Kyeongman, Huh Hee Jae, Ki Chang-Seok, Lee Nam Yong, Han Seung-Jung, Shin Sung Jae, Koh Won-Jung.BMC infectious diseases 2015 (1) 406
- Minimum information for reporting next generation sequence genotyping (MIRING): Guidelines for reporting HLA and KIR genotyping via next generation sequencing.
Mack Steven J et al. Human immunology 2015 Sep
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