ASHG


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ASHGAmerican Society of Human Genetics
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Technical representatives from Bioo Scientific will be available at booth number 1605 at ASHG 2015 to answer questions about Bioo Scientific's solutions to improve target capture.
SOC'Y OF HUMAN GENETICS (ASHG), ASHG Statement on Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing in the United States, 81 AM.
Evidence of this was presented across many different medical disciplines at the 2012 ASHG meeting.
Soc'y of Human Genetics, ASHG Statement on Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing in the United States, 81 AM.
Furthermore, the directions expressed in the Oviedo Convention (16) and in the 1998 ASHG (American Society of Human Genetics) Statement (6) underline this aspect.
Based on research concerning the potential psychological and social consequences of genetic testing, as well as the legal concerns related to parental authority and obligation, the ASHG and the ACMG (1995) compiled the following suggestions that may serve as a guide for advanced practice nurses:
For example, the report of the Rapid Action Task Force of the ASHG states that all human genetic research protocols must undergo IRB review and that stringent informed consent is necessary for all prospective studies.
In spite of the ASHG and NIH workshop recommendations, funding was not available from the agencies that usually supported cystic fibrosis-related research, the National Institute for Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Disease and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Kaback told reporters at the ASHG annual meeting in Baltimore this week that Collaborative Research, a Bedford, Mass.
The prospect of personalized medicine, which is an increasingly important area of research activity, funding, and debate, was a major topic during this year's ASHG meeting in Honolulu.
The availability of genetic testing should be seen as a fundamental family concern (ASHG/ACMG, 1995; ASHG, 1998; Fanos, 1997; Parent, et.