The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has reviewed 20 laboratory developed tests (LDTs) used to diagnose serious medical conditions, including cancer and heart disease, and found the products may be causing or are causing significant harm to patients.
The FDA has not actively regulated LDTs in the past, but the agency hinted that its stance may be changing.
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