NIH's Genetic Testing Registry to Launch in 2011, But Will Dx Firms, Labs Voluntarily Participate?

The NIH is hoping that its Genetic Testing Registry will serve as a resource for the public to learn about tests and locate laboratories that offer such tests, as well as facilitate data sharing among researchers. But since participation in the registry is voluntary, how will NIH convince test makers to participate?

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