volume 9, issue 2, P52-54 2013
DOI: 10.1177/1747016113488860
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Abstract: Recent developments in genomics have re-launched the debate about biobank ethics. Genomics developed into a landscape of possible uses of personal information, the end of which is virtually impossible to foresee. The public discussion about genomics changed from an extreme of excessive alarm into a seemingly quiet acceptance of a set of different practices, including broad consent for extensive biobanking, the creation of huge consortia that share data across projects and borders, and genomic screening of ent…

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