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5. Genetic health: a dangerous, probably erroneous, and perhaps meaningless concept

Birth Defects Original Article Series

Jan 1, 1979

R F Murray

PMID: 465671

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Medical Genetics Specialty
Genetics, Population
Genetic Counseling, Prenatal
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Heterozygote Detection
Genetic Diseases, Inborn
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5. Genetic health: a dangerous, probably erroneous, and perhaps meaningless concept

Birth Defects Original Article Series

Jan 1, 1979

R F Murray

PMID: 465671

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Abstract

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Medical Genetics Specialty
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Genetic Counseling, Prenatal
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Heterozygote Detection
Genetic Diseases, Inborn

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