Keep DNA tests in hands of experts, some say

06/13/2006 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Nearly a dozen companies now are offering direct-to-consumer genetic tests that allow consumers to find out if they carry certain blood disorders or risks for other diseases. In some cases, the tests are marketed to help design personal health plans, but genetics experts say the testing should remain in the hands of specialists who can advise consumers in case the tests give "shocking" results.

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