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NIH's Collins Supports "More Aggressive" DTC Genetic Testing Oversight

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins, an influential supporter of genomic research and applications, says he has been urging FDA to take a "more aggressive role" in overseeing direct-to-consumer genetic tests

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