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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages275
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Open LibraryOL7399998M
ISBN 100198504543
ISBN 109780198504542

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Genetic Destinies opens with the stories of the lives of two women; gene science causes the life of one to be free of suffering but fills that of the other with discrimination and oppression. The two imaginary future lives encompass the very best and the very worst of our hopes for gene5/5(1). Facing Your Genetic Destiny. The use of predictive genetic tests is still limited to a handful of relatively rare and highly hereditary diseases, but that's about to change. "Genetic Destinies" opens with the stories of the lives of two imaginary women, which encompass the very best and the very worst of our hopes for gene science. Understanding what is reality and what is myth, what is possible and what impossible, is the key to unlocking the reality of this science. Oct 01,  · Help us improve our products. Sign up to take part. nature; nature genetics; book reviews; article; A Nature Research JournalAuthor: Charles J. Epstein.

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