Genetic predictivity and human rights - Laurence Lwoff, bioethicist at the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France, tells us about privacy and discrimination issues related to genetic testing.
Genetic counselling in neurodegenerative disorders
Helena Kääriäinen, geneticist at National Institute for Health and Welfare, Helsinki, Finland, explains us how the counselling for neurodegenerative diseases works.
Foreseeing the future: Genetic testing and the European public
- Agnes Allansdottir, social psychologist at the University of Siena, Italy, tells us how the European citizens perceive genetic testing on the grounds of Eurobarometer data.
When PD sneaks into the family - Verena Schmocker, from Luzern, Switzerland, tells us her story and her personal experience with genetic testing for Parkinson's Disease, the disorder that hit her family and herself.
Understanding the genetics of Parkinson's Disease - Nicholas Wood, neurogeneticist at UCL, UK, explains us the recent advances in the genetics of Parkinson's Disease.
The value of genetic tests for the healthcare system - Katherine Payne, health economist at The University of Manchester, UK, tells us why some genetic tests should be provided by the healthcare system.
Genetic tests on the internet lack of information - Leonard Hennen, sociologist at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, explains us why direct to consumer genetic tests should be handled with care.
Ethical and Legal Implications of Genetic Testing for Neurodegenerative Diseases - Judit Sandor, Professor at the Budapest's Central European University (CEU), presents us the main social issues related to genetic testing for brain diseases.
Genetic testing in Alzheimer's disease - Raquel Sanchez-Valle, MD at the Hospital Clinic, in Barcelona, Spain, presented us the major issues related to genetic testing in Alzheimer's disease.