Leavitt Optimistic of GINA’s Passage by Year End Despite Holdouts | GenomeWeb
WASHINGTON, DC – Despite a few holdouts in Congress blocking the passage of the embattled Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, the legislation is politically well-positioned for passage in this Congress, HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt assured participants at a conference on personalized medicine here this week.
 

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