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Heel Pricks Newborn Babies and Genetic Privacy violated In SA, NWReligion

Heel Pricks Newborn Babies and Genetic Privacy violated In SA

DNA screening is illegal when you are an adult but can be done when you are a newborn infant, genetic experimentation and researches that boost State Health Government or contractor involvement.
This has been implemented as a law in other countries,
Screening is new born genetic testing and profiling the individual, the DNA is being used but for the first 6 months the blood is no more useful except for the value of the DNA, sequencing of the entire genetic blueprint of the child
SA Potchefstroom
" In addition, the PLIEM laboratory may facilitate in prenatal testing and testing of siblings of the index patient. The economic implication of prenatal and sibling testing depends on the family structure and financial abilities of the parents. Each case is unique and limited costs will be applied to ultimately support families in uncertain times. PLIEM also collaborates with various m…


Due to the Dire weather conditions such as drought and the global apocalyptic agenda, there has been some direct hits in the FOLLOWING WAYS

from the recorded reports on 26 October 2017 Health24

 reported on the plague outbreak in Madagascar. This caused quite a stir and made us wonder what other plagues and diseases have the potential to cause mayhem in South Africa.
Several infectious diseases from the past, such as the Black Death, were encouraged by factors such as climate change, unsanitary conditions and migration between continents. But what exactly are the conditions that would favour a disease outbreak in South Africa?
Current drought situation 
With the drought situation in the Western Cape, there are risk factors that may lead to outbreaks of certain diseases. “The present drought and related severe water restrictions open up a pathway for the transmission of infections that may be difficult to manage should these restrictions continue for a long time,” says Dr …