§33-54-6. Use of information for scientific research purposes authorized.

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§33-54-6. Use of information for scientific research purposes authorized.
Short Title Genetic Testing
Official Text §33-54-6. Use of information for scientific research purposes authorized.
Country/Jurisdiction United States
State or Province Georgia
Regulatory Bodies
Date Enacted 1981

Scope of the Law Health
Information

Taxonomy Exposure, Identification, Interrogation
Strategies


Text of the law

Section 33-54-6. Use of information for scientific research purposes authorized.
Notwithstanding the provisions of Code Sections 33-54-3 and 33-54-4, any research facility may conduct genetic testing and may use the information derived from genetic testing for scientific research purposes so long as the identity of any individual tested is not disclosed to any third party, except that the individual's identity may be disclosed to the individual's physician with the consent of the individual. Interrogation, Exposure, Identification
Code 1981, § 33-54-6, enacted by Ga. L. 1995, p. 1242, § 4.



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State: Georgia