Time to Speak Up

If you've got a few free minutes and a desire to share how you feel about direct-to-consumer genomic testing, head on over here for a survey that's part of Sudeepa Abeysinghe's doctoral research at the Australian National University. According to the survey's introduction, "The study aims to gain an appreciation of users’ experiences and perspectives of direct-to-consumer genomic testing. This will aid in achieving a greater understanding of the utilization and impact of these tests within society generally."

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