Americans Fear Genetic Discrimination, But Support Tests and Research, Johns Hopkins Survey Finds | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — While an overwhelming majority of Americans support the use of genetic testing for medical conditions, an equal number fears employers or health care companies can misuse information from such tests in discriminatory ways, according to a Johns Hopkins University white paper.

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