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  Anthropology, Genetic Diversity, and Ethics 
 
 
A workshop at the Center for Twentieth Century Studies  
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee  
 
 
 
Session Three: 
Issues Relating to Informed Consent 
  1. What does "informed consent" mean when both group and individual are involved?
  2. What collective risks and potential benefits should be disclosed for genetic diversity research?
  3. What methods of community consultation are effective in securing informed, voluntary group participation?
  4. How should researchers deal with ex-patriate communities whose views about participating in genetic diversity research differ from their community origins?
  5. To what extent can groups retain the traditional rights of individuals to confidentiality and free withdrawal from research in genetic diversity?
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