Swab as many people as possible’: Genetic lab pays doctors to push dubious tests, employees say

(By Charles Piller for STAT)

For doctors, the brochure1 from a California medical laboratory sounded like easy money: $30 for every person enrolled in a study of genetic tests meant to help select the best pain medication for each patient. A typical physician could make $144,000 a year in “research fees.” Continue reading article here…

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