As the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics this week issued recommendations regarding the release to doctors and patients of incidental genetic findings from clinical sequencing studies, Caroline Wright at Genomes Unzipped questions whether the term "incidental" is appropriate for describing such findings in the first place.

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