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WHO Bulletin articles on genetics

This is a collection of ALL articles on human genetics published in the last decade in the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, the International Journal of Public Health.

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DNA patenting: implications for public health research, v.84(5)


Brazilian genomics breakthrough offers hope for leptospirosis control, v.82(6)


Genomics knowledge and equity: a global public goods perspective of the patent system, v.82(5)

A simplified screening strategy for thalassaemia and haemoglobin E in rural communities in south-east Asia, v.82(5)

Tobacco smoking and oral clefts: a meta-analysis, v.82(3)

UN to vote on cloning in one year, not two, v.82(1)


Nations fail to agree on extent of human cloning ban, v.81(11)


Biomedicine and international human rights law: in search of a global consensus, v.80(12)

WHO to promote genetic services, v.80(8)


A national register for surveillance of inherited disorders : Beta-thalassaemia in the United Kingdom, v.79(11)

Our human genome - how can it serve us well? v.79(11)

The promise of stem cells, v.79(8)

Inherited haemoglobin disorders: an increasing global health problem, v.79(8)


WHO Defines Priority Actions to Address Developments in Human Genetics, v.78(9)


Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Deficiency, v.75(5)

Inherited thrombophilia, v.75(3)

Implementation of cystic fibrosis services in developing countries, v.75(1)

Cystic fibrosis services in developing countries, v.75(1)


Non Invasive screening for prenatal genetic diagnosis, v.73(6)

Modern treatment of Haemophilia, v.73(5)

Prevention and Control of Haemoglobinopathies, v.73(3)


Therapeutic approaches to cystic fibrosis, v.72(3)

Management of Neurofibramatosis, v.72(3)