DTC Debate Rages On

When it comes to DTC genetic testing, everyone has an opinion. AMA wants access to genetic information to be restricted to people who are directly under a doctor's care, while others say that people should have access to their genetic information whenever they want it. FDA is trying to sort through the various recommendations, and met this week to discuss how best to regulate the DTC genetic testing industry, say a group of bloggers at Genomes Unzipped.

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