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SACGT Induces Test Maker Sponsorship Of Follow-Up Trials, Taps Myriad

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The HHS Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetic Testing plans to charge its data work group with investigating the department's role in providing incentives for manufacturers to continue follow-up studies where data is lacking on clinical utility and validity for commercialized tests

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