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How Widespread Prenatal Testing for Microdeletions Can Hurt Patients and Why the Genetic Testing Industry Needs More Accountability

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Stand Up for Access to Independent Genetic Counseling Services by Supporting S.1450 / H.R.2144 – the Access to Genetic Counselor Services Act of 2021

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How Widespread Prenatal Testing for Microdeletions Can Hurt Patients and Why the Genetic Testing Industry Needs More Accountability

by Katie Stoll The New York Times published an important investigative piece this week, exploring concerns about expanded prenatal genetic screening. Specifically, the article focuses on the practice of prenatal screening for the possibility of a microdeletion condition in the fetus. The authors Sarah Kliff and Aatish Bhatia walk readers through some of the microdeletions that are …

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Stand Up for Access to Independent Genetic Counseling Services by Supporting S.1450 / H.R.2144 – the Access to Genetic Counselor Services Act of 2021

Hello Genetic Support Foundation friends, followers and family! Genetic counseling services are not yet recognized for reimbursement by Medicare. As genetic technology expands and holds promise to improve health for all people, Medicare recognition is perhaps the single most important action to be taken that could ensure people have access to independent genetic counseling services. …

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