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Updating the Public

At AMP's annual meeting last week, NIH's Cathy Fomous stopped by to give the members an update on the organization's plans for a Genetic Testing Registry — NIH intends the registry, which is voluntary, to be a comprehensive source about all the genetic tests available to the public, she said.

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