Researchers Examine Genomic Cancer Risk Test Perception in Minority Populations | GenomeWeb

WASHINGTON, DC (GenomeWeb) – At a conference held here this week to address health disparities in genomic medicine, researchers presented their findings on how minorities viewed the use of genomic tests and whether their knowledge about receiving such testing during the course of cancer treatment differed from white populations.

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