Genetic testing services in Europe: Quality assurance and policy issues
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ABSTRACT: The popular press is painting a picture of a future in which everyone has a detailed DNA profile of themselves drawn up. Such a vision of the future, however, is more science fiction than science practice. Predictive tests for complex diseases and cancer, eg colon cancer and breast cancer, are increasingly being used, and the related, and important, genetic counselling may become complex and comprehensive...
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