"The potential demand for genetic tests has many
firms seeking to discover and patent information
about genetic markers that are correlated (however
tenuously) with disease.1–6 Policy-makers worldwide are
considering the potential impact — both good and bad —
of new predictive genetic tests on the cost, quality and equity
of health care systems.7,8 Policy discussion has tended
to focus on the per-unit costs of genetic tests, and particularly
on how patent law influences this. However, because
the expanded use of health care products and services sold
on the basis of test results may be as important in determining
the health system impact of predictive genetic testing
as the tests themselves, policy-makers should pay close
attention to all aspects of complete testing services and
their various effects on health system costs."
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