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CDC Works To Track Evidence Gaps On Pharmacogenetic Tests

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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CMS is looking for the best ways to assess pharmacogenetic test data so it can keep its coverage policies current as new developments are made in personalized medicine

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