Genetic testing for Alzheimer's — without revealing the results
from The Wall Street Journal
Doctors are devising new ways to shield patients from information about their odds for disease as genetic testing becomes more common in research, fertility treatment and other areas. Svetlana Rechitsky and her colleagues at Reproductive Genetic Innovations, a Northbrook, Ill., genetics lab for infertility clinics, took blood samples from a patient undergoing in vitro fertilization and cheek swabs from the patient’s parents.
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