NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services will stop taking public comments tomorrow, Sept. 3, about whether Medicare should provide reimbursement for DNA tests for the common anticoagulant warfarin.
 
Tomorrow marks the end of a public comment phase begun a month ago as part of a CMS National Coverage Analysis investigation to determine whether there is sufficient evidence that a pharmacogenomic test for warfarin is effective enough for coverage.
 

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