How are the basic ethical principles of medical genetics formulated and regulated?

An equitable distribution of the public resources allocated to the genetic service, in favor of those most in need.
Giving people freedom of choice in all matters relating to genetics.
Voluntary participation of people in all medical genetic procedures, including testing and treatment. The exclusion of any coercion by the state, society, doctors.
Joint work with representatives of other professions to provide all types of medical and social assistance to patients suffering from hereditary diseases and their families.
Refusal of tests or procedures that are unnecessarily medically indicated. These provisions are specified depending on the specific type of assistance.
These principles are created and are subject to both the bioethical code and ethics in general.

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