Annotated Work Cited: If You Had The Power to Change Your Fate, Would You?

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Commercial Genetic Testing: Testing Accuracy

Author: Labria “BB” Young Genetic testing is a very useful tool that the world has been given to help people of the various life changing genetic diseases that have been passed down through their genes. But is it safe for us to give this information to people who have no medical knowledge of the results…

Commercial Genetic Testing: Religious and Moral Reasons

Author: Karoline Perry-Sims     Catholics and genetic testing Genetic testing is a test that tells you about your body. It tells if you have any diseases, or will gave. Genetic testing has benefits and draw monck. Genetic testing is not genetic engineering, and there is an important between the two; genetic engineering is deliberate modification of…

Commercial Genetic Testing: Medical Benefits

Authors: Alessandro Mendoza and Amber Williams Commercial genetic testing is the testing of one’s DNA in order to detect if they are at risk to developing various cancers and diseases. Some disagree with the idea to test for their hazards, although there are many medical benefits. According to Dr. Joseph Kannry, lead Technical Informaticist of…

If You Had The Power to Change Your Fate, Would You?

There are a number of test one can take to determine the outcome of many things such as possible genes that might mess with your baby to hidden genetic anomalies in your own genes. Although there is much debate around the moral use (both religious and personal) of these test as well as if we…