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Docherty and colleagues argue that the potential harms of direct-to-consumer genetic testing for suicide risk, including the use of polygenic risk scores for suicide, are far greater than the benefits. They call for at least a temporary ban and stress the need for additional research.
Xafis and colleagues argue that germline editing will increase inequality, moral limits on national interests are required, and structural inequalities prevent broad consensus. They call for reflection on the obligation to report misconduct and improved reporting pathways.
Sabatello and colleagues find that genetic evidence increases essentialist thinking and explicit stigma influences the decision to deny custody to a parent with a psychiatric diagnosis among a nationally representative sample of US adults.