Docs dissuade patients from home genetic tests

The genetic testing market may be booming, but not all physicians are convinced that the benefits of cracking patients' genetic codes outweigh the drawbacks. In fact, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recently issued a warning discouraging the practice, according to the Sun Sentinel, due to concerns about the unproven science and unnecessary risks of tests that aim to predict one's genetic predisposition to disease, reports FiercePracticeManagement. Article

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