GAO Stands By Its 2010 Report on DTC Genomics Firms; Lead Investigator Assigned to New Position | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

This article was originally posted March 10.

The Government Accountability Office has denied a rumor that has been circulating regarding the firing of an investigator responsible for a report on the practices of for-profit colleges and is standing by the merits of a report led by the same investigator on direct-to-consumer genomics firms that it released last July.

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