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CHICAGO – While patient access to in-person genetic counseling still faces several hurdles, online education is one way institutions are attempting to extend the reach of this expertise. But a new study suggests that while patients may express interest in this method of learning about their genomic tests, the content had better be compelling or their attention will fade.

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