Double Helix, Double Standards: Private Matters and Public People
Teneille R. Brown
University of Utah - S.J. Quinney College of Law
Journal of Health Care, Law and Policy, Vol. 11, p. 295, 2008
Stanford Public Law Working Paper No. 1522188
In this article, I hope to challenge our thinking on perhaps the most private type of health information by applying its disclosure to someone incredibly public. I review the relevant constitutional, tort law, and statutory frameworks for disclosure of a presidential candidate's genetic testing results.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 82
Keywords: behavioral genetics, privacy, 4th Amendment, fourth amendment, genetic testing, presidential candidates, 25th Amendment, twenty-fifth amendment
JEL Classification: I10, I18
Date posted: December 12, 2009
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