Advice and Guidance in Clinical Genetics

Our genes are what make us. They are the blueprint that defines everything, from the colour of your eyes to your very attitude to life. However, our genetic makeup can sometimes carry defects that range from the unnoticeable to life-limiting. 

This chapter collection contains expert research from our latest range of titles, including two free PDF downloads of the Oxford Desk Reference in Clinical Genetics and Genomics. Topics include the objectives of genetic counselling, the examination of prevalent genetic disorders, and the link between genetics and environmental diseases.

Chapters free until December 31st.

Sudden Cardiac Death
from Oxford Desk Reference in Clinical Genetics and Genomics (PDF)

Diabetes mellitus
from Oxford Desk Reference in Clinical Genetics and Genomics (PDF)

Definitions and Goals of Genetic Counseling
from Advanced Genetic Counseling: Theory and Practice

Dysplasias with Predominant Metaphyseal Involvement
from Bone Dysplasias: An Atlas of Genetic Disorders of Skeletal Development (4 ed.)

Down Syndrome, Other Full Aneuploidies, Polyploidy, and the Influence of Parental Age
from Gardner and Sutherland’s Chromosome Abnormalities and Genetic Counseling (5 ed.)

Twins
from Genetic Consultations in the Newborn

Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome
from Overgrowth Syndromes: A Clinical Guide

Statistical Genetics: Genome-Wide Studies
from Psychiatric Genetics: A Primer for Clinical and Basic Scientists

Advanced Genetic Counseling, the new title by renowned geneticists Barbara B. Biesecker, Kathryn F. Peters, and Robert Resta, is the first genetic counselling text to orient its subject matter in the field's history, ethics, and professional landscape. Discover more and apply for your examination copy here

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