Insurers Propose DNA Code

Insurers are proposing a new code on genetic testing ahead of hearings on a Senate bill to outlaw DNA “discrimination” on policyholders. The Canadian Life & Health Insurance Association noted companies cannot force existing clients to undergo genetic tests, but said data should be available on new policyholders, with safeguards: “DNA is a very private, personal thing”.

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