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The National Institutes of Health is creating a genetic testing registry: a public database that researchers, consumers, healthcare providers and others can use to search for information submitted by genetic testing providers. The NIH says its aim is to improve access to information about the availability, validity and usefulness of the more than 1,600 genetic tests available to patients and consumers.

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