New York State Warns Consumer Genomics Services Firms about Offering Tests | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The New York State Department of Health has sent warning letters to 23 firms involved in offering consumer genomics services and genetic tests to consumers, telling them that they need a permit to offer such tests and services, a department spokesperson told GenomeWeb Daily News today.
 

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