No, I do not think that employers should have the right to test potential employees for any susceptibility to certain diseases because not only is it prohibited but it is just outright discriminatory and immoral. We as a society have tried so hard to erase any form of categorization on the basis of perceived physical disadvantages, and rejecting someone just because he or she may someday develop a health problem is just wrong. All job hirings should solely be based on skill, attitude, morality, and dedication and nothing else. This idea of intruding into the private individual’s life should never be accepted.
There is absolutely no wisdom in turning down a good person with all the necessary qualities just because he or she “might” get sick someday.
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animal biotechnologymolecular biology techniques are used to genetically modify the genome of animals in order to improve their suitability or industrial applications.
plant biotechnologyintroduction of desirable traits into plants through genetic modification.
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