The Consequences of Newborn Genetic Screening
"Smart, humane, and beautifully written, Saving Babies? is respectful but critical of clinicians, parents, and policymakers as it vividly connects the reader to the human tragedies on the page. Without being maudlin, Stefan Timmermans and Mara Buchbinder show us how newborn screening really works. Despite the grim subjects, this profound book is a real treat to read."
Introduction: The Consequences of Newborn Screening
Chapter 1. The Expansion of Newborn Screening
Chapter 2. Patients-in-Waiting
Chapter 3. Shifting Disease Ontologies
Chapter 4. Is My Baby Normal?
Chapter 5. The Limits of Prevention
Chapter 6. Does Newborn Screening Save Lives?
Conclusion: The Future of Expanded Newborn Screening