Do you really want to know? That’s the question more and more people will be faced with, as personal genetic testing becomes more widespread.
Andrew Faucett discussed some of the emerging issues in “personal genomics” that will confront both doctors and patients at Emory’s Predictive Health Symposium in December. Faucett is an expert in the field of genetic testing and genetic counseling and an assistant professor in Emory’s Department of Human Genetics.
For example, does a man want to find out whether he is really the father of a baby? A recentÂ New York Times magazine article explores this issue.