Impact of Receiving Secondary Results from Genomic Research: A 12-Month Longitudinal Study

@article{Wynn2017ImpactOR,
  title={Impact of Receiving Secondary Results from Genomic Research: A 12-Month Longitudinal Study},
  author={Julia Wynn and Josue Rafael-Montes Mart{\'i}nez and Jessica Bulafka and Jimmy K. Duong and Yuan Z. Zhang and Codruta C Chiuzan and Jain Preti and Maria Laura Cremona and Vaidehi Jobanputra and Abby J. Fyer and Robert Klitzman and Paul S Appelbaum and Wendy K. Chung},
  journal={Journal of Genetic Counseling},
  year={2017},
  volume={27},
  pages={709-722}
}
The impact of returning secondary results from exome sequencing (ES) on patients/participants is important to understand as ES is increasingly utilized in clinical care and research. Participants were recruited from studies using ES and were separated into two arms: 107 who had ES and were offered the choice to learn secondary results (ES group) and 85 who… CONTINUE READING