Susanne Haga featured in Education Week article about precision medicine and dyslexia

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Susanne Haga, a bioethicist and associate professor of medicine at Duke University's Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine said any potential genetic screening for dyslexia will have to balance the benefit of early identification with the potential harms; if early interventions don't keep pace with identification, for example, toddlers could be labeled as at-risk readers without much earlier recourse for parents.

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