Return of Secondary Genomic Findings vs. Patient Autonomy
Robert Klitzman is the director of the Master of Science in bioethics program at Columbia University and director of the Ethics, Policy, and Human Rights Core of the HIV Center at Columbia University Medical Center. He also is a member of the Division of Law, Ethics, and Psychiatry, and cofounded the Columbia Center for Bioethics. A prolific writer, Klitzman has authored seven books and numerous articles drawing on multidisciplinary methods to examine ethical, psychological, and social issues in a variety of contexts in medicine and psychiatry. Specifically, he has examined decision making with regard to HIV disclosure, genetic testing, reproductive choices among individuals at risk for genetic disorders, institutional review boards, and other topics.
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