DTC Genomics Report for HHS Expected by Year's End | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A report offering recommendations on ways to address "concerns" about genetic and genomic tests that are marketed directly to consumers, including new oversight proposals and measures for ensuring their clinical and analytical validity and utility, may arrive at the Department of Health and Human Services by the end of the year.

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