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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
Thursday, November 8
10:30
AM
12:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session B (29-37)
(
SESSION 34, continued)
141
/12:30
Risk of colorectal cancer for monoallelic
and biallelic
MUTYH
mutation carriers.
A. K. Win, S.
P. Cleary, J. G. Dowty, D. D. Buchanan, J. P. Young, N.
M. Lindor, R. W. Haile, P. A. Newcomb, L. Marchand,
J. L. Hopper, S. Gallinger, M. A. Jenkins, Colon Cancer
Family Registry.
Thursday, November 8
10:30
AM
12:45
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session B (29-37)
SESSION 35 – Ethical, Legal, Social and Policy Issues
Room 132, Lower Level North, Moscone Center
Moderators
:
Maureen Smith, Northwestern Univ.; Neil
Lamb, HudsonAlpha Inst. for Biotechnol., Huntsville,
AL
142
/10:30
Newborn screening for cystic fibrosis:
Preliminary results on the false positive experience.
C. J. Barg, F. A. Miller, R. Z. Hayeems, P. Durie, J. C.
Carroll, P. Chakraborty, B. K. Potter, Y. Bombard, K.
Tam, L. Taylor, E. Kerr, C. Davies, J. Milburn, F. Ratjen,
A. Guttmann.
143
/10:45
Conflicting views on newborn and infant
genetic screening: Perspectives of relatives of
children with genetic conditions causing
developmental delay and parents of healthy
children.
S. A. Metcalfe, A. D. Archibald, A. L.
Atkinson, C. Hickerton, S. Lawton, B. J. McClaren,
S. H. Wong.
144
/11:00
Do research participants really want to
know? The Seattle Colorectal Cancer Family
Registry experience on the return of research
genetic test results.
M. Laurino, D. Fisher, W. Grady,
P. Newcomb.
145
/11:15
The student-athletes’ knowledge of
sickle cell trait and the impact of mandatory
genetic testing.
N. Lovick, L. Mar, M. Treadwell,
J. Youngblom, C. Hartshorne.
146
/11:30
Impact of direct-to-consumer
pharmacogenomic testing.
C. S. Bloss, N. J. Schork,
E. J. Topol.
147
/11:45
Impact of genomic risk for type 2
diabetes on health behaviors.
S. B. Haga, W. Barry,
R. Mills, J. Sullivan, H. F. Willard, L. P. Svetkey,
G. S. Ginsburg.
148
/12:00
African American attitudes toward exome
and whole genome sequencing.
J. Yu, J. Crouch,
S. M. Jamal, H. K. Tabor, M. J. Bamshad.
149
/12:15
Personalized health literacy in the age of
personalized medicine: Results from a deliberative
public engagement exercise.
B. J. Wilson, J. C.
Carroll, S. G. Nicholls, S. M. Craigie, H. Etchegary,
D. Castle, B. K. Potter, J. Little, L. Lemyre on behalf of
Emerging Team in Genomics in Screening.
150
/12:30
Dynamics, definitions and discrepancies:
Public perspectives on the systematic collection
and use of family health history in routine health
care.
H. Etchegary, B. J. Wilson, S. M. Craigie, S. G.
Nicholls, D. Castle, J. C. Carroll, J. Allanson, B. K.
Potter, P. Chakraborty on behalf of CIHR Emerging
Team in Genomics in Screening.