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Revised Statutes of the State of New Hampshire §141-H:2

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“Conditions of genetic testing under the public health law”

Written, informed consent is required to conduct a genetic test unless it is performed to establish paternity, test newborns for metabolic disorders, to conduct a criminal investigation and prosecution, or to perform the functions of the office of chief medical examiner. The results of a genetic test may not be disclosed to a third party unless the individual who was tested provided written, informed consent. 

Related laws:

42 U.S.C. §2000ff-1


Current as of June 2015