ACOG Objects to Insurers' Genetic Counseling Requirements for BRCA Testing | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – By placing coverage conditions on BRCA genetic testing, insurers are restricting obstetrician-gynecologists' ability to order tests, and hindering patient access, two professional medical groups warned in a joint statement.

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