As GINA Hangs in Senate, Patchwork of State and Federal Laws Make Do | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Over the last decade, Congress has repeatedly considered a single, unified law that would protect individuals from discrimination by health insurers and employers based on genetic information and would protect individual privacy for genetic test results.

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