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Marchant on the First Study of Genetics-related Lawsuits

Faculty Director Gary Marchant recently spoke to GenomeWeb about the first empirical study of genetics-related lawsuits, or “genomic malpractice.” The study, conducted by Marchant and Rachel Lindor–a physician and researcher at the Mayo Clinic, was published in the Food and Drug Law Journal earlier … Continue reading

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SB 1359: It’s the Law

The fairly new Arizona law prevents the parents of a disabled child (and/or the child) from suing a physician for not disclosing a health defect, as a result of an act or omission, during prenatal care that may otherwise have … Continue reading

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