Genetic Alliance Asks FDA for Public Genetic Test Registry | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – At a public meeting held by the US Food and Drug Administration in Washington, DC, today focused on ways to create more transparency in agency affairs, the advocacy group Genetic Alliance advised the FDA to host a registry for genetic tests and lab tests, and that it share all of its warning letters with the public.

FDA held the meeting to listen to recommendations from the public about how to make information about its activities more useful, understandable, and accessible.

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