Genetic test moratorium needs more research, tweaking

Australian Genomics manager Tiffany Boughtwood

Australian Genomics manager Tiffany Boughtwood said customers and the genetics industry needed "some academic rigour and some transparency" regarding the life insurance industry's approach to its voluntary moratorium on genetic testing, otherwise the government would need to step in and regulate. Image credit: supplied

By Adrian Black
Wed 20 May 2020

The Financial Services Council’s voluntary moratorium on life insurers requesting genetic tests needs ongoing research, tweaking and broader dissemination, experts say.[.....]

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