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“…Unlike the healthy infants of the past, contemporary adoptees are likely to have experienced abuse or neglect and have complex physical, emotional, developmental, and educational needs 5. In turn their birth parents are likely to have experienced physical ill health, mental illness, learning disability or substance abuse 6. These factors powerfully influence a child’s future health.…”
Section: Adoption Past and Presentmentioning
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“…Unlike the healthy infants of the past, contemporary adoptees are likely to have experienced abuse or neglect and have complex physical, emotional, developmental, and educational needs 5. In turn their birth parents are likely to have experienced physical ill health, mental illness, learning disability or substance abuse 6. These factors powerfully influence a child’s future health.…”
Section: Adoption Past and Presentmentioning
“…An adoptive parent summed this up: “Relevant medical and lifestyle background of birth parents is extremely important to adoptive parents. We have to parent the children that we adopt and can only do so if we are aware of all the facts, otherwise we are parenting in the dark” 6. While the future development and health of any child is uncertain and adoptive parents are trained to deal with such uncertainty, it would seem a reasonable goal to share family history information, where it exists, that may be relevant to the child’s current or future health.…”
Section: Importance Of Family History In Adoptionmentioning
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“…The exception to this rule is where sharing of this information could be interpreted as being 'in the public interest', although it is unclear as to what this constitutes in this particular circumstance. Agency medical advisers are regularly faced with the dilemma of being in possession of important information about birth families but of lacking explicit consent to share this information with prospective adopters (Palmer, 2008). The aim of this survey was to furnish the debate with an important missing dimension, namely the perspective of adopters.…”
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“…A joint position statement with the British Society of Human Genetics was issued, urging caution 3. Despite this, the annual health group conference of the British Association of Adoption and Fostering in October 2008 revealed that the practice continues 4 5. Examples were cited of children born to white mothers being labelled by clinicians as ‘looking Asian’ or ‘having unusual pigmentation’ and that DNA tests were ordered to determine their ancestry so that the children could then be placed with adoptive parents who where ‘ethnically’ matched.…”
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