Genetic Counseling: A Growing Area of Opportunity

Genetic Counseling: A Growing Area of Opportunity
Science Magazine
Elisabeth PainJune 13, 2016

Genetic counseling positions are also becoming available in many different medical areas and work environments. “Genetic counselors can work in multiple specialty areas, including prenatal, cardiovascular disease, cancer, metabolic disease, neurology, pediatrics, infertility, pharmacogenetics, genomic medicine, and others,” according to the 2016 NSGC Professional Status Survey (PSS) of genetic counselors in the United States and Canada. 

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