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Genetic Screening Guidelines: Looking Back, Looking Forward

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    The field of genetics was developing so rapidly in 1975, that the National Academy of Sciences published a set of genetic screening guidelines. These guidelines are still considered classic over three decades after their publication. Do all of the recommendations remain true today? Host Dr. Lee Freedman outlines the guidelines with guest Dr. Artemis Simopoulos, founder and president of the non-profit Center for Genetics, Nutrition and Health. Which recommendations have been adhered to, and which ones need more attention?

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    The field of genetics was developing so rapidly in 1975, that the National Academy of Sciences published a set of genetic screening guidelines. These guidelines are still considered classic over three decades after their publication. Do all of the recommendations remain true today? Host Dr. Lee Freedman outlines the guidelines with guest Dr. Artemis Simopoulos, founder and president of the non-profit Center for Genetics, Nutrition and Health. Which recommendations have been adhered to, and which ones need more attention?

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