US NIH to develop genetic testing registry by 2011
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
The US National Institutes of Health has announced plans to establish a genetic testing registry (GTR) to give the public more information about the availability, validity and usefulness of genetic tests1. The registry, expected to be available in 2011, would contain information voluntarily submitted by genetic test providers.
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