Genetic counselors provide recommendations for public health communicators trying to educate the public about what is known about COVID-19. Helping people make sense of what is not known is just as important. Their approach to communicating uncertainty is simple, though not necessarily easy: discuss what is known and be transparent about what is not known and why. Read the Full Article.
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