"Genetic discrimination is defined as discrimination
against an individual or against members of that individuals
family solely because of real or perceived differences from the
normal genome of that individual." Paul R. Billings, Mel
A. Kohn, Margaret de Cuevas, Jonathan Beckwith, Joseph S. Alper,
and Marvin R. Natowicz, "Discrimination as a Consequence
of Genetic Testing," American Journal of Human Genetics,
50 (1992) 481.
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