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Who's Afraid of Genetics in Medicine: Understanding the Basics of the Biogenetic Process
Debbie Dean, Debbie, MD Dean
Thursday, November 01, 2001
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Who's Afraid of Genetics in Medicine contains text targeted at a range of readers from students of biology, nursing, physician assistant programs and medical programs as well as anyone who simply has an interest in understanding genetics better. It explains some of the concepts basic to genetics in general and does it with a no frills approach. We begin with basic genetic principles and move into gene products and a sample of biogenetic diseases and disease groups. Later chapters deal with behavioral genetics, genetic testing, and gene therapy as well as genetic warfare. This book uses metaphor, fact, opinion, and anything else that will get the point across to the reader.
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