Health test kits have had a somewhat spotty history in the supermarket channel. The first lots to hit stores were manufactured by third parties and used DNA samples to check whether a person was predisposed to certain health problems. The tests, interpretation of the results and follow-up counseling were offered by about half a dozen retailers around the country, through their pharmacy or wellness departments. A number of complaints, capped by a 2006 investigation by the federal General ...
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