FDA To Regulate Direct-To-Consumer Genetic Tests
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Citing the need to prove that direct-to-consumer genetic assays are analytically and clinically accurate, CDRH sent letters to five genetic testing firms June 10 requesting pre-market submissions for the companies' already-marketed services.
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