Incidental Findings with Genomic Testing: Implications for Genetic Counseling Practice View Full Text


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DATE

2015-08-25

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Myra I. Roche, Jonathan S. Berg

ABSTRACT

This paper summarizes the current controversies surrounding the identification and disclosure of "incidental" or "secondary" findings from genomic sequencing and the implications for genetic counseling practice. The rapid expansion of clinical sequencing has influenced the ascertainment and return of incidental findings, while empiric data to inform best practices are still being generated. Using the North Carolina Clinical Genomic Evaluation by Next Generation Exome Sequencing (NCGENES) research project as an example, we discuss the implications of different models of consent and their impact on patient decisions. More... »

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166-176

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