Part II Intervening: Living with Genetic Differences
Part II Intervening: Living with Genetic Differences: These differences vary from major medial issues such as cystic fibrosis to something very benign such as the color of our hair or eyes. As we read, people affected by genetic disease respond to such choices in varied and personal ways.
The Story Within by Amy Boesky is comprised of essay stories created by various people. These stories explore what is involved in making decisions about genetic diseases and how genetic information shapes the ways we see ourselves, the world, and our actions within it. This book was created in hopes to expand conversations about genetics and identity. It has also increased debate and generated questions. All of their stories remind us that genetic health is very complicated and deeply personal.
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