GPPC’s ‘Project GINA’ Aims to Educate Individuals About Their Genetic Rights | GenomeWeb
Johns Hopkins University’s Genetics and Public Policy Center has launched an educational effort aimed at informing the public of how their genetic data can and cannot be used under the recently enacted Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.
 
As part of its so-called “Project GINA,” the GPPC plans “to disseminate information” about the legislation to healthcare stakeholders and the general public, GPPC Law and Policy Director Susannah Baruch told Pharmacogenomics Reporter last week.
 

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