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Rachele Hendricks-Sturrup, D.H.

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  1. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Clark-LoCascio J, Lu CY. A Global Review on the Utility of Genetic Testing for Familial Hypercholesterolemia. J Pers Med. 2020 Apr 14; 10(2). PMID: 32295171.
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  2. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Lu CY. What motivates the sharing of consumer-generated genomic information? SAGE Open Med. 2020; 8:2050312120915400. PMID: 32284864.
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  3. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Edgar LM, Johnson-Glover T, Lu CY. Exploring African American community perspectives about genomic medicine research: A literature review. SAGE Open Med. 2020; 8:2050312120901740. PMID: 32064110.
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  4. Lu CY, Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Mazor KM, McGuire AL, Green RC, Rehm HL. The case for implementing sustainable routine, population-level genomic reanalysis. Genet Med. 2020 Apr; 22(4):815-816. PMID: 31831882.
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  5. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Linsky A, Lu CY, Vassy JL. Genomic testing is best integrated into clinical practice when it is actionable. Per Med. 2020 01; 17(1):5-8. PMID: 31795838.
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  6. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Lu CY. When should genomic and exome sequencing be implemented in newborns? A call for an update to newborn screening guidelines. Genet Med. 2020 Apr; 22(4):809-810. PMID: 31767983.
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  7. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Mazor KM, Sturm AC, Lu CY. Barriers and Facilitators to Genetic Testing for Familial Hypercholesterolemia in the United States: A Review. J Pers Med. 2019 Jul 01; 9(3). PMID: 31266140.
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  8. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Prince AER, Lu CY. Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing and Potential Loopholes in Protecting Consumer Privacy and Nondiscrimination. JAMA. 2019 May 21; 321(19):1869-1870. PMID: 30998825.
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  9. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Lu CY. Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing Data Privacy: Key Concerns and Recommendations Based on Consumer Perspectives. J Pers Med. 2019 May 09; 9(2). PMID: 31075859.
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  10. Hendricks-Sturrup RM, Lu CY. Understanding Implementation Challenges to Genetic Testing for Familial Hypercholesterolemia in the United States. J Pers Med. 2019 Feb 01; 9(1). PMID: 30717118.
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