A New Edition of Journal of Genetic Counseling Is Now Available

June 17, 2019

Journal of Genetic Counseling (vol. 27, no. 6, 2018) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Genetic Counselors’ Experience with and Opinions on the Management of Newborn Screening Incidental Carrier Findings” by Kristen Leppert et al.
  • “Adopted Individuals’ Views on the Utility and Value of Expanded Carrier Screening” by Sara Spencer, Sarah Ewing, Kathryn Calcagno, and Suzanne O’Neill
  • “Disability Experiences and Perspectives Regarding Reproductive Decisions, Parenting, and the Utility of Genetic Services: A Qualitative Study” by C. Roadhouse et al.
  • “Genetic Counselors’ Perspectives About Cell-Free DNA: Experiences, Challenges, and Expectations for Obstetricians” by Patricia K. Agatisa, Mary Beth Mercer, Marissa Coleridge, and Ruth M. Farrell
  • “The Influence of Adolescence on Parents’ Perspectives of Testing and Discussing Inherited Cancer Predisposition” by Corinna L Schultz et al.
  • “‘I Am Uncertain About What My Uncertainty Even Is’: Men’s Uncertainty and Information Management of Their BRCA-Related Cancer Risks” by Emily A. Rauscher, Marleah Dean, and Gemme M. Campbell-Salome
  • “Perspectives on Genetic Testing and Return of Results from the First Cohort of Presymptomatically Tested Individuals At Risk of Huntington Disease” by K. M. Stuttgen et al.
  • “What to Do with a Second Chance in Life? Long-Term Experiences of Non-carriers of Huntington’s Disease” by Elisabeth Winnberg, Ulrika Winnberg, Lilian Pohlkamp, and Anette Hagberg
  • “Patients’ Views of Treatment-Focused Genetic Testing (TFGT): Some Lessons for the Mainstreaming of BRCA1 and BRCA2 Testing” by Sarah Wright et al.
  • “Impact of Appointment Waiting Time on Attendance Rates at a Clinical Cancer Genetics Service” by Tarryn Shaw et al.


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