The German GINA

There's an unofficial translation of the German genetic anti-discrimination bill. The German bill addresses "genetic examinations (including consent, duty to inform, counselling, and disclosure), genetic testing and insurance contracts, workplace issues (including discrimination), and criminal penalties (prison time, in some circumstances, and fines of up to EURO 300,000)," PredictER writes.

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