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In this week's issue of Science, authors from the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics write a perspective on the 2006 Genomics and Personalized Medicine Act (GPMA). When S.3822 was revised and reintroduced to Congress in 2008 as S.976, the entire section of "Race, Genomics, and Health" and its provisions were deleted from the bill, say the authors.

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