volume 5, issue 3, P120-120 2009
DOI: 10.1177/174701610900500312
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Stephen J Humphreys

Abstract: Although pharmaceutical practice tends to prefer to take DNA samples from whole blood, this could be both unnecessary and even unethical. The buccal swabbing method offers to provide an adequate and reliable sample less invasively and with the necessary minimal risk to the subject that virtually all ethical guidelines advocate.

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