Genetic Bill of Rights in Mass. Seeks to Extend Protections in Life, Auto, Long-Term Care Insurance | GenomeWeb

Originally published Feb. 11.

By Turna Ray

In Massachusetts, the Forum on Genetic Equity has introduced a Genetic Bill of Rights that seeks to protect state residents from genetic discrimination in life insurance, auto insurance, and in establishing credit — areas currently unprotected by federal genetic antidiscrimination laws.

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