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Consent to the use of stored DNA for genetics research: a survey of attitudes in the Jewish population.
- M. Schwartz, K. Rothenberg, L. Joseph, J. Benkendorf, C. Lerman
- Medicine, Psychology
- American journal of medical genetics
- 1 February 2001
The use of anonymized stored tissue is a routine practice in genetic research. Investigators who utilize stored samples are neither required nor able to obtain informed consent before each use. Many… Expand
Partner notification and the threat of domestic violence against women with HIV infection.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that women constitute the fastest-growing group of people with AIDS in the United States. Women now represent 13 percent of reported cas...
Domestic violence and partner notification: implications for treatment and counseling of women with HIV.
- K. Rothenberg, S. J. Paskey, M. Reuland, S. Zimmerman, R. L. North
- Journal of the American Medical Women's…
- 1 May 1995
Current public health policy encourages partner notification to protect those at risk of HIV infection. Provider experiences with partner notification, domestic violence, and women with HIV compel a… Expand
The risk of domestic violence and women with HIV infection: implications for partner notification, public policy, and the law.
Partner notification has emerged as an important strategy in the fight against acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and states have now adopted a plethora of laws that encourage or mandate… Expand
Mixed Messages: The Intersection of Prenatal Genetic Testing and Abortion
This article, prepared for the 2011 Wiley A. Branton Symposium at Howard Law School, provides a snapshot of how current law and practice generate mixed messages about prenatal genetic testing and… Expand
Genetic Discrimination and Health Insurance: An Urgent Need for Reform
The accelerated pace of gene discovery and molecular medicine portend a future in which information about a plethora of disease genes can be readily obtained. As at-risk populations are identified,… Expand
Breast cancer, the genetic "quick fix," and the Jewish community. Ethical, legal, and social challenges.
- K. Rothenberg
- Health matrix
Cancer Genetic Susceptibility Testing: Ethical and Policy Implications for Future Research and Clinical Practice
- B. Wilfond, K. Rothenberg, E. Thomson, C. Lerman
- The Journal of law, medicine & ethics : a journal…
- 1 December 1997
Authors examine the ethical and health policy implications in the Cancer Genetic Studies Consortium projects, which attempt to collect data on the clinical benefits and harms of cancer genetic… Expand
The Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications Program of the National Human Genome Research Institute: reflections on an ongoing experiment.
- J. Mcewen, Joy T. Boyer, K. Sun, K. Rothenberg, N. Lockhart, M. Guyer
- Political Science, Medicine
- Annual review of genomics and human genetics
- 3 September 2014
For more than 20 years, the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications (ELSI) Program of the National Human Genome Research Institute has supported empirical and conceptual research to anticipate and… Expand
Toward a Framework of Mutualism: The Jewish Community in Genetics Research
The ability of scientists to identify genes believed to cause inherited diseases, including familial cancers, has become considerably refined over the last two decades because of technological… Expand