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Journal article

Schleidgen, Sebastian; Friedrich, Orsolya and Wolkenstein, Andreas (2021): How intelligent neurotechnology can be epistemically unjust. An exploration into the ethics of algorithms. In: Review of Social Economy, Vol. 80, No. 1: pp. 106-126

Gansen, Fabia; Severin, Franziska; Schleidgen, Sebastian; Marckmann, Georg and Rogowski, Wolf (2019): Lethal privacy: Quantifying life years lost if the right to informational self-determination guides genetic screening for Lynch syndrome. In: Health Policy, Vol. 123, No. 10: pp. 1004-1010

Schleidgen, Sebastian; Thiersch, Sandra; Würstlein, Rachel and Marckmann, Georg (2017): How Do Patients Experience Individualized Medicine? A Qualitative Interview-based Study of Gene Expression Analyses in the Treatment of Breast Cancer. In: Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde, Vol. 77, No. 9: pp. 984-992 [PDF, 143kB]

Schleidgen, Sebastian; Klingler, Corinna; Bertram, Teresa; Rogowski, Wolf H. and Marckmann, Georg (2013): What is personalized medicine: sharpening a vague term based on a systematic literature review. In: BMC Medical Ethics 14:55 [PDF, 558kB]

Schleidgen, Sebastian and Marckmann, Georg (2013): Re-focusing the ethical discourse on personalized medicine: a qualitative interview study with stakeholders in the German healthcare system. In: BMC Medical Ethics 14:20 [PDF, 225kB]

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