Disability Studies Quarterly Article on Sibling Perspectives Toward Prenatal Genetic Testing and Disability

Disability Studies Quarterly logoCarli Friedman and Aleksa Owen of the University of Illinois at Chicago recently published a paper in Disability Studies Quarterly entitled “Siblings of Disabled Peoples’ Attitudes Toward Prenatal Genetic Testing and Disability: A Mixed Methods Approach.” As stated in the abstract, the authors “used the phenomenon of prenatal genetic testing to learn more about how siblings of disabled people understand prenatal genetic testing and social meanings of disability.”

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