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A growing number of genetic tests can be performed during in vitro fertilization, before pregnancy even begins. Is that a good thing?
A federal investigation finds conflicting test results and false marketing claims.
California’s actions are likely just the beginning of a regulatory debate.
The FDA is unlikely to rule out personal genetics tests, but it may require that physicians get more involved.
Whatever the outcome of the ACLU vs. Myriad case, a new effort is needed to turn genetic testing into a useful diagnostic tool.
A noninvasive technique screens maternal blood for fetal DNA.
Several recent deals could make tests more common.
The FDA plans to overhaul its regulation of the increasingly common diagnostic tests.