Genetics Experts Consider Tighter Regulation, Potential Ban on DTC Genetic Testing | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The genetic testing industry has garnered much attention recently as an increase in corporate players and spread of testing has caught the eye of government regulators, and some industry watchers are beginning to consider what sort of regulatory schemes could be used to protect consumers without killing businesses and squelching innovation.

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