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Medical Genome Sequencing: Evidence and Ethics
- ACMG recommendations for reporting of incidental findings in clinical exome and genome sequencing [PDF 342.83 KB]
Robert C. Green, Jonathan S. Berg, Wayne W. Grody, et al. ACMG
- ACMG clarifies statements on return of incidental findings [PDF 132.05 KB]
- CDC blog post: On spinning wheels and genomes revealed: Sequencing is no longer a sleeping controversy
- EGAPP approach to classification of incidental findings: Description and pilot results from a novel method for evaluating return of incidental findings from next-generation sequencing technologies. [PDF 656.44 KB]
Katrina A.B. Goddard et al. Genetics in Medicine May 2013
- Ethics and genomic incidental findings: Laboratories have an obligation to report clinically beneficial incidental findings.
Amy L. McGuire et al. Science May 16
- Patient autonomy and incidental findings in clinical genomics: Returning genetic incidental findings without patient consent is misguided.
Susan M. Wolf et al. Science May 16
- Genetic testing guidelines under fire, By Rachael Rettner, Fox News, May 20
- Debate heats up on ACMG's incidental findings recommendations, Genome Web, May 20 [by free subscription only]
- ACMG guidelines on IFs – responding to the response…, Genomes Unzipped, May 16