An article published in Genetics in Medicine describes a consensus approach to development of new responsibilities for biological banks to return results to individuals whose biospecimens were used in genetic and genomic studies.
The results would include incidental findings and individual research results that reveal a risk of disease or findings that could affect reproductive choices, based on the biospecimens, such as blood and tissues.
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