The paper, published in the journal Pediatrics, states: 'We advocate for the incorporation of a new clause into the consent forms for pediatric genetic testing that clearly states that any incidental information about parentage will not be revealed, regardless of the result.'Imagine. You go to a doctor and you submit to testing and the doctor feels nothing less than a moral obligation to lie to you. And feels good about it. So good, she publishes her belief that you deserve to be lied to because, doctor.
It's like the Tuskegee syphilis case never even entered her sphere of thought. Ever.
It does take all kinds. My doctor told me I was dead.
I failed to believe him but there may be some room in there for debate...given time.