Privacy Groups Challenge Calif. Bill Pushing Regulatory Exemptions for 'Post-CLIA Bioinformatics Services' | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

A California bill seeking to create a new regulatory framework for consumer genomics firms that interpret genomic data but do not analyze samples at an in-house laboratory has raised red flags within the personalized medicine community and among privacy advocates.

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