By Matt Jones

WASHINGTON (GenomeWeb News) – Officials at The National Institutes of Health yesterday met with the public to discuss issues and concerns related to its online registry for genetic tests, a public resource for doctors, industry, researchers, and the public that it plans to roll out in the spring.

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