Europe, a regulatory nightmare for direct-to-consumer genetic testing?

| | July 2, 2012

DTC genetic testing comes in many forms, such as carrier tests for genetic disease, ancestry tests, and nutrigenomic tests. At first glance it appears that consumers should be able to purchase these tests and gain information about themselves and their genomes in any way they like.

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