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Reply to criticisms by Dr Bernard Dingeon in the Journal of the American Medical Association

Date
16 Sep 1992-30 Sep 1992
Reference
UGC 188/8/19
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Papers of Malcolm Andrew Ferguson-Smith, geneticist, Professor of Medical Genetics, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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Description

Dr Bernard Dingeon responded to the IAAF Working Group's view on gender verification and PCR methods of testing by publishing his comments in the Journal of the American Medical Association.The editor of the journal then contacted Dr Joe Leigh Simpson to offer him the chance to reply to these comments. This file includes comments from Dr Joe Leigh Simpson, Ferguson-Smith, and Alison S Carlson about Dr Dingeon's letter and an appropriate response.

Publication/Creation

16 Sep 1992-30 Sep 1992

Physical description

22 pages

Location of duplicates

A digitised copy is held by the Wellcome Library as part of Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics. Material restricted in accordance with Data Protection legislation has not been digitised.

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Some items have been restricted in accordance with the Data Protection Act (1998).

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