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Genomic Testing, Reflective Equilibrium and the Right Not To Know

Almost any test can return incidental results. An incidental result is something demonstrated by the test but not an answer to the test’s original question. Trying on a new pair of trousers, for example, can tell you whether or not … Continue reading

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