Common Misconceptions


Anyone who ever brings up the subject of genetic counseling will almost always have to deal with misconceptions. Some of these misconceptions may seem silly and ridiculous, but it’s important to clarify the truth so that people are well aware of the services available to them.

(Maio et al 2013) Awareness of Genetic Counseling and Perceptions of its Purpose: A Survey of the Canadian Public

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