Report Urges Regulation of Genetic Tests

That committee's draft report, released Tuesday, found significant gaps in regulation and called on the government and private businesses to work together. Some testing, such as those for caffeine metabolism and fetus gender testing are "skirting the boundaries" of current regulation, the report concluded. It said the Clinical Laboratories Improvement Amendments of 1988, which cover lab regulations, should be expanded to cover genetic testing

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