NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Clinical laboratories participating in a pilot project to test recent guidelines for classifying genetic variants initially agreed only 34 percent of the time, a number that improved to 71 percent after discussions by phone or email. In about 5 percent of cases, the remaining differences could affect patients' medical management.

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