Panel Debates ACMG Incidental Findings Recommendations at Annual Meeting | GenomeWeb

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (GenomeWeb News) – A panel discussion at the American College of Genetics and Genomics annual meeting here yesterday highlighted the debate that continues to swirl around the recommendations that the ACMG issued last year for dealing with incidental findings in clinically sequenced exomes and genomes.

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