AMA calls for privacy guidelines governing mail-order DNA tests

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November 16, CHICAGO — Taking a cheek swab and sending it to a mail-order DNA testing company takes only a few minutes, but the information might live on forever—and become widely available. At its Interim Special meeting, the American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates expressed concern that the privacy laws governing genetic information do [Read More…]

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