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Neoliberal technocracy: explaining how and why the US Food and Drug Administration has championed pharmacogenomics. Invited contribution for special issue of Social Science & Medicine 131(4), 255-262.

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T Caulfield et al. Reflections on the cost of “low-cost” whole genome sequencing: framing the health policy debate. 2013; PLoS Biol 11(11)
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S Hogarth. Regulatory experiments and transnational networks: the governance of pharmacogenomics in Europe and the United States. Innovation: the European Journal of Social Science Research 2012; 25(4): 441-460.
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S Hogarth, M Hopkins and V Rodriguez. A molecular monopoly? HPV testing, the Pap smear and the molecularisation of cervical cancer screening in the USA. Sociology of Health and Illness 2012, 34(2): 234-50
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S Hogarth. Myths, misconceptions and myopia: searching for clarity in the debate about the regulation of consumer genetics. Public Health Genomics 2010; 13(5): 322-326.
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S Hogarth, G Javitt and D Melzer. The current landscape for direct-to-consumer genetic testing: legal, ethical and policy issues. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 2008; 9: 161-182
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S Hogarth, K Liddell, T Ling, D Melzer and R Zimmern. Closing the gaps – enhancing the regulation of genetic tests using responsive regulation. Food and Drug Law Journal 2007; 62(4): 831-848
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S Hogarth and D Melzer. A briefing on the IVD DIrective (Cambridge University, 2007)
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S Hogarth, K Liddell, T Ling, D Melzer and R Zimmern. Regulating pharmacogenomics – an overview of developments in various countries and industry response to regulatory initiatives. A report for Health Canada (Cambridge University, 2006)
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S Hogarth, D Melzer and R Zimmern. The regulation of commercial genetic testing services – a briefing for the Human Genetics Commission (Cambridge University, 2005)
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Doctoral thesis
S Hogarth. Reluctant patients. Health, sickness and the embodiment of plebeian masculinity in nineteenth-century Britain: evidence from working men’s autobiographies. (London Metropolitan University, 2010)
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