NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The European Union is making information about genetic testing labs available to individuals who are taking genetic tests, according to the EU-funded EuroGentest project.
 
“As genetic testing increases across the EU, it is essential that patients and their families have upmost confidence in the laboratories performing tests,” said Jean-Jacques Cassiman, who is a professor at the Center for Human Genetics and a coordinator for EuroGentest.
 

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