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Genetic Information[WLO: 1] [CLOs: 1, 3, 4]Prior to beginning this quiz, review Chapter 5 of the textbook, the web page Genetic InformationNondiscrimination Act of 2008(Links to an external site.), and the handouts GINA: Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act(Links to an external site.)and Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA). The quiz contains 15 multiple-choice and true/false questions. You will have 2 hours to complete the quiz, which must be completed in one sitting no later than Day 6.Click on the Take the Quizbutton when you are ready to start this exam. When finished, click on Submit Quiz.Attempt HistoryAttemptTimeScoreLATESTAttempt 113 minutes15 out of 15Score for this quiz: 15out of 15Submitted Mar 22 at 10:15amThis attempt took 13 minutes.Question 11 / 1 ptsImagine that Scott has been living with Type I diabetes, a genetic disorder that he inherited fromhis mother. When entering the workforce at age 18, he is denied health insurance because of his condition. Is this a violation of GINA?yes, because GINA protects against discrimination of genetic information even if the condition
was not diagnosed by a test.yes, because GINA protects the privacy of all genetic information, especially if it involves an inherited genetic disorder●no, because GINA does not prevent coverage in manifest diseases, current disorders such as what Scott has presentedno, because Scott voluntarily told his employer about his condition which then can be used to deny him coverage.