Georgetown University researchers find that genetic counseling via telephone is as effective as in-person counseling
- Posted: January 22, 2014
The demand for genetic counseling is rapidly increasing as genetic testing for susceptibility to a vast range of diseases is now available. Can telephone counseling deliver the same quality and satisfaction as face-to-face interactions? A study lead by Georgetown researchers says yes.
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