I just attended the National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, UT where I met some of the brightest minds in genetics, heard about mind-bending new technologies, and was reminded of the many ways that genetic counseling and testing is improving health, transforming lives, and driving precision medicine forward.
With that bright promise freshly in mind, several recent stories have cast a stark reminder of the ways genetic testing can, and is, being used nefariously. I published an article on this topic just a few short weeks ago and didn’t foresee that it would need a part two so soon. Consider the following.
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