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Am I conflicted?

Are conflicts of interest a big deal? Although many of us, definitely including myself, think that conflicts of interest are a serious issue in medical and academic medical practice, a recent series of puff-pieces editorials in the previously prestigious New … Continue reading

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Who benefits from whole genome sequencing in the NICU? Who suffers?

Annie and I recently published a letter to the editor of Pediatrics and Child Health about the ethical implications of using Complete Genome Hybridization (CGH) as the default test for possibly genetically determined disorders in pediatrics. CGH is a very … Continue reading

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