ACMG's Incidental Finding Guidelines At Odds with Policies of Some Clinical Sequencing Providers | GenomeWeb

The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics last week issued recommendations for reporting incidental findings from clinical exome and genome sequencing tests, citing 56 genes in which certain variants should be returned to the patient, regardless of the patient's actual preference.

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