Genetic Accountability and Pregnant Women
Genetic Disorders, Pregnancy, Genetic Testing
This article first examines the question of a woman's personal accountability to her family or children for reproductive decisions and then shifts to the question of public accountability. Following an analysis of the ethical and legal underpinnings of individual rights and commmunity interests, it concludes that justifications to manipulate women's reproductive decisions are fatally flawed.
7 Women's Health Issues 215 (1997).
Family Law | Health Law and Policy
Digital Commons Citation
Rothenberg, Karen H., "Genetic Accountability and Pregnant Women" (1997). Faculty Scholarship. 1082.