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Genetic Testing

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Noah Lane

on 24 March 2014

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Transcript of Genetic Testing

Legal Cons
The Process of Testing
What else can genetic testing do for you?
In Conclusion
Genetic Testing Is:
How Does This Relate to Frankenstein?
Genetic Testing
Mental Cons
If your test result is positive for a disease, you will most likely worry and stress.
You may feel guilty for passing on these genes to your children;they may have to face the same genetic issues in their future.
You might worry about dying from the disease you have, which may affect any major, future decisions in your life.
What is Genetic Testing?
Genetic Testing is a process of medical tests identifying changes or deformities in the chromosomes, genes, or proteins of your body and detect chromosomal and genealogical abnormalities such as cancer.

These tests can even be taken in the comfort of your home, where the results go directly to you and you only.
Costs vary depending on the test
Prices range from 100 to 2000 dollars
The time it takes for the results to get back to you varies depending on the complexity of the test
Modern-day technology can be used to warn people about the diseases they are prone to.

Group 7: Noah Lane, Nick Pombo, Jonathan Liu, and Anton Kulinich

You may be denied insurance or a job if you are prone to a certain disease
However, there are very few cases reported of discrimination based on abnormal genes found in genetic testing.
Genetic testing can provide a lot of information for you to better your life.
Parents can test their fetal child to see if they will be born with any abnormalities such as Down Syndrome and other disorders.
If you are looking to expand your knowledge on your genealogical background you can take a test which will give a list of people who have any tie to your family tree.
Wouldn't you like to prevent a disease for $99?
Let's Hear from You
What Would You do?
Nature or Nurture?
Transplant Rejection
Frankenstein's different body parts
How could this have changed the creature's actions?
"Now that I had finished, the beauty of the dream vanished, and breathless horror and disgust filled my heart" (Shelley, 35).
Genetic Testing can benefit everyone in their daily lives; it presents no physical harm on your body and may provide many results to further your understanding of your body.

Frankenstein (1931)
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