The Federal government has had many conferences on ethical guidelines involving minorities in research and in genetic testing. Examples of governmental violation of its own ethical precepts will be given with respect to invasion of privacy of employees, dissimulation about the role of abortion in genetic testing, and in sponsoring research abroad that would not be countenanced at home.
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