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dc.contributor.authorAndrushchenko, T. A.-
dc.contributor.authorGoncharov, S. V.-
dc.contributor.authorDosenko, V. E.-
dc.contributor.authorIshhejkin, K. E.-
dc.contributor.authorІщейкін, Костянтин Євгенович-
dc.identifier.citationBioethical problems arising in the study of single-nucleotide gene polymorphisms of occupational diseases / T. A. Andrushchenko, S. V. Goncharov, V. E. Dosenko, K. E. Ishhejkin // Wiadomosci Lekarskie. – 2020, T. LXXIII, № 1. – P. 188–190.uk_UA
dc.description.abstractIn Ukraine, about 3 million people work in hazardous and dangerous conditions. The study of hereditary specificity in development of occupational diseases is being actively conducted through molecular genetic analysis of single-n udeotide gene polymorphisms. While studying single-nucleotide gene polymorphisms of occupational diseases, many complicated bioethical questions arise regarding the confidentiality of personal data, the choice between the profession chosen and the risk to one's own health. Complicated bioethical issues that arise when studying single-nudeotide gene polymorphisms of occupational diseases need to be actively discussed, not only by physicians, occupational pathologists, employers, scientists, but also by politicians and lawyers, taking into account ethical and social norms and implications.uk_UA
dc.publisherWydawnictwo Alunauk_UA
dc.subjectsingle-nudeotide gene polymorphismuk_UA
dc.subjectoccupational diseasesuk_UA
dc.subjectmultifactorial diseasesuk_UA
dc.subjectbioethical issuesuk_UA
dc.titleBioethical problems arising in the study of single-nucleotide gene polymorphisms of occupational diseasesuk_UA
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