As House Reconsiders Genetic Discrimination Act, Envoys Stress Public's Privacy Concerns | GenomeWeb
As President George W. Bush urged Congress last week to pass the stalled Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, advocates of pharmacogenomic research took the opportunity to stress that the public’s concern over genetic discrimination remains one of the major barriers to personalized medicine.  

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