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Citation : Vawer M, Kaina P, Leonard A, Ogata M, Blackburn B, Young M, Seto TB. (2013)
Navigating the cultural geography of indigenous peoples' attitude toward genetic research: the Ohana (family) heart project.
Int J Circumpolar Health 72
Abstract : It appears feasible to conduct a heart failure research study that includes the collection of biological samples. However, success will likely require addressing the community's expectations, including the need for a long-term partnership built on trust and mutual benefit, and a key voice to represent the community.
URL Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23967419
PMID : 23967419
PMCID : PMC3748460
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