Yann Joly and others, ‘Confronting New Issues in Genetic Discrimination’

Genetic discrimination (GD) is the differential or unfair profiling of an individual based on genetic data. This article summarizes the actions of the Genetic Discrimination Observatory (GDO) in addressing GD, and recent developments in GD since late 2020. It shows GD can take many forms in today’s rapidly evolving society.

Joly, Yann and Huerne, Katherine and Arych, Mykhailo and Bombard, Yvonne and Dove, Edward and Granados, Palmira and Ho, Chih-Hsing and Van Hoyweghen, Ine and Kim, Hannah and Lebret, Audrey and Minssen, Timo and Ó Cathaoir, Katharina and Prince, Anya and Otlowski, Margaret and Pepper, Michael and Sladek, Robert and Song, Lingqiao and Voight, Torsten and Zawati, Ma’n H and Dalpe, Gratien, Confronting New Issues in Genetic Discrimination (September 9, 2021).

First posted 2021-10-23 10:00:33

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