If you want life insurance, think twice before getting a genetic test

Fast Company |
February 2016

With the passing of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, the federal government has barred health insurance companies from denying coverage for those who have a genetic mutation. However, it does not cross over into private insurance companies, which can ask about genetic history and information.

More information on genetic risks is actually reassuring, study finds

Boston Globe |
February 2016

Within the REVEAL-SCAN study, one group of participants are given back the results on Alzheimer’s and additional heart disease information. Patients who are receiving the additional information are finding it reassuring that they can take measures to prevent at least one of their possible conditions if they have mutations for both.