Federal Commission Urges Government Initiatives on Sequencing Data Privacy, Consent Process | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – An Obama Administration panel today released a dozen recommendations drafted to help create policies for securing whole-genome sequencing data, with the aim of protecting individual privacy without hampering the use of genome sequencing in research and medicine.

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