Handbook of Genetic Counseling
Publisher: Wikibooks 2017
Number of pages: 314
This book is designed as an introduction to the discipline and practice of genetic counseling. The text provides an introduction to genetic counseling as a clinical practice and includes sample counseling outlines and letters for students of genetic counseling.
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