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2016

March 2016

March: Special Issue on newborn screening.






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2015

April 2015

April: Special Issue on advances in ophthalmological genetics.






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2013

November 2013

November: Special “Themed issue” on incidental findings.




October 2013

October: Special Issue: Genomics and the Electronic Health Record. Guidance from the eMERGE Network Electronic Health Record Integration Working Group.




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2012

April 2012

April: Special Issue on managing incidental findings and research results in genomic research involving biobanks and archived data sets.

February 2012

February: Special Issue on proceedings from the 2011 ELSI World Congress held in Chapel Hill, North Carolina that addresses a wide range of current ELSI research “investigating issues at the intersection of socially relevant concerns and human genomics.”


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2011

April 2011

April: Special Issue on the ethical, legal and social implications of genetics and genomics.




March 2011

March: Special Issue on the optimal mechanisms for determining what conditions are appropriate for Newborn Screening.




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2010

December 2012

December: Supplement on the issue of newborn screening long-term follow-up.




April 2010

April: Supplement on the issue of gene patents, licenses, and their impact on patient access to genetic tests. This issue describes a series of eight case studies on 10 clinical conditions undertaken by a team of faculty, students, and research staff from Duke's Center for Public Genomics in an effort to examine both benefits and harms that result from current patenting and licensing practices in the field of genetic diagnostics.

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2009

August 2009

August: Special Issue on issues surrounding personal genomics, including recommendations from an NIH-CDC multidisciplinary workshop as well as several commentaries that attempt to make sense of this emerging field.


January 2009

January: Special Issue on genetics and evidence, including methods of the Evaluation of Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention (EGAPP) group, two EGAPP evidence reviews and their recommendations for clinicians.


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2008

May 2008

May: Special issue on genetic testing in very rare diseases, including the impact of gene patenting and licensing, quality assurance standards and developing a national collaborative study system.



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2007

September 2007

September: Special issue on the use of microarray-based technologies in such varied areas as the study of individuals with mental retardation and congenital anomalies, cancer identification, diagnosis, and gene discovery. Many challenges of using these techniques are addressed, including, standardization of annotation, validation of microarrays in the clinical laboratory, and the ethical implications inherent in these new technologies.

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