Racial and ethnic variations in knowledge and attitudes about genetic testing.

@article{Singer2004RacialAE,
  title={Racial and ethnic variations in knowledge and attitudes about genetic testing.},
  author={Eleanor Singer and Toni C. Antonucci and John Van Hoewyk},
  journal={Genetic testing},
  year={2004},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={31-43}
}
This study was designed to shed light on whether differences in utilization of genetic testing by African-Americans, Latinos, and non-Hispanic Whites are due primarily to different preferences, or whether they instead reflect other values and beliefs or differential access. It explores the values, attitudes, and beliefs of African-Americans, Latinos, and non-Hispanic Whites with respect to genetic testing by means of a telephone survey of representative samples of these three groups. The study… CONTINUE READING

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