“WE’VE OPENED PANDORA’S BOX, HAVEN’T WE?” CLINICAL GENETICISTS’ VIEWS ON ETHICAL ASPECTS OF GENOMIC TESTING IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE
Arsov T.1,2
*Corresponding Author: Todor Arsov, MD, PhD, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University Goce Delchev in Shtip, North Macedonia, E-mail: todor.arsov@ugd.edu.mk
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