Genetic Testing Is A Hot New Benefit For Employees, But Researchers Say It Might Do More Harm Than Good

The Food and Drug Administration monitors 23andMe, and last month gave the company the green light to test for the breast cancer gene. But the agency thus far has largely left alone most genetic testing companies, which, like Veritas, require a doctor’s signature. Many experts say there’s often little difference, however, between the companies that require a signature and those that don’t.

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