NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – AccessDNA, a company that offers an online resource for consumer genetics information, said today that it has created a partnership with Informed Medical Decisions to offer telephone counseling to its users.

AccessDNA, which offers genetics-related information, services, and support online and is based in Los Angeles, said that the alliance it has formed with the network of genetic counselors will enable it to offer several telephone-based services.

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