Presidential commission proposes genomic data privacy standards

10/16/2012 | Government Health IT online

The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues has issued a report outlining its proposed genomic sequencing standards intended to promote innovation while protecting patient privacy. Among the commission's recommendations is a call for standards to be applied when data in genome sequence databases is used or accessed, as well as a call for the security of whole genome sequence data.

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