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Genetic Anomaly or Genetic Diversity: Thinking in the Key of Disability on the Human Genome

[Thinking in the key of disability reconfigures scientific presumptions to accept identified genetic anomalies as instances of the great diversity possible in the human genome. While genetic testing and diagnoses advance, the secrets of 30,000 genes in human DNA yield slowly, providing remedy only rarely. Promises aside, genomic medicine can relieve suffering or further oppress people with disabilities but Christians must reclaim those who have been exposed, sterilized, euthanized, aborted, or institutionalized by their nonconformity to an artificially constructed genetic norm.]

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