This amendment to the Paternity Act regulates the use of DNA identification profiling, genetic information obtained and retention/destruction of genetic testing material.
This amendment to the Public Health Code allows expansion of the newborn screening panel, a fee for testing, blood specimens to be used for medical research with proper consent and other newborn screening related topics.
This amendment to the Public Health Code requires a healthcare provider to obtain written informed consent from a person before presymptomatic or predictive genetic testing is done.
This amendment to the Public Health Code prohibits human cloning.
This amendment prevents hospital, medical or other policies to require applicants to undergo genetic testing.
This amendment prevents health corporations from requiring members to undergo genetic testing or disclose results before issuing or continuing insurance.
This amendment to the Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act prevents employers from refusing to hire an individual because of their genetic information. This also prohibits employers from requiring genetic testing as a condition of employment.
This amendment to the DNA Profiling act regulates the collection, retention, disposal and disclosure of DNA samples and identification profiles used in criminal investigations.
This amendment to the Public Health Code established a Birth Defects Registry and required the reporting of diagnosed birth defects and biochemical or genetic disease.
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