Debating Return of Incidental Findings and Research Results in Genomic Biobank Research — Law, Ethics, and Oversight

Journal

Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology

Issue

Spring, 2012

Issue Number
2
Volume Number
13

Resulting Publications

Parker LS. Returning Individual Research Results: What Role Should People’s Preferences Play? . Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 2012;13(2):449-484. PDF icon Download PDF (242.23 KB)
McGeveran W, Fatehi L, McGarraugh P. Deidentification and Reidentification in Returning Individual Findings from Biobank and Secondary Research: Regulatory Challenges and Models for Management. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 2012;13(2):485-539. PDF icon Download PDF (366.03 KB)
Brief E, Mackie J, Illes J. Incidental Findings in Genetic Research: A Vexing Challenge for Community Consent . Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 2012;13(2):541-558. PDF icon Download PDF (166.66 KB)
Maschke KJ. Returning Genetic Research Results: Considerations for Existing No-Return and Future Biobanks. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 2012;13(2):559-573. PDF icon Download PDF (144.11 KB)
Jewell SD. Perspective on Biorepository Return of Results and Incidental Findings . Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 2012;13(2):655-667. PDF icon Download PDF (132.74 KB)
Holm IA, Taylor PL. The Informed Cohort Oversight Board: From Values to Architecture. Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 2012;13(2):669-690. PDF icon Download PDF (161.16 KB)

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