NY State Regulating DTC Genomics Firms as Labs | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Despite claims by direct-to-consumer genomics companies that they should not be regulated as clinical laboratories because they provide educational information about genetic risk, the New York State Department of Health is regulating such facilities as laboratories, according to a state health official.

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