Video: “Mapping Religion in the Clinic: Patients, Genomics, and Religious Pathways-Part 2”

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Vanderbilt’s Center for Biomedical Ethics and Society and Center for the Study of Religion and Culturehosted a conference , “Religion and Genomics: Navigating Pathways and Perspectives of Patient Care,” that addressed the religious and spiritual concerns of patients, clinicians, and clergy when they encounter genetic information.

The April 3afternoontalk was given byB. Andrew Lustig, Mark J. Bliton, and Timothy Jackson.

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Contact: Joseph B. Fanning

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