Public Split on Gene Tests | GenomeWeb

The US public is divided on its comfort level with and embrace of genetic tests for gauging cancer risk, according to a new survey that finds that roughly a third of people are wary of such predictive tests, while another third would be likely to take aggressive actions based on such test results.

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