Why was it vitally important for GINA to enacted as law in 2008 to enable

Why was it vitally important for gina to enacted as

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Question 7Why was it vitally important for GINA to enacted as law in 2008? to enable health insurance companies to deny coverage based onpredisposition of diseasesto protect patients from a denial of coverages based on age and gender to protect against negative use of genetic research and testing to protect patients from denial of coverage from pre-existing conditions Correct! 1 / 1 ptsQuestion 8Does GINA protect against researchers using your information to helpunderstand the human body, health and disease?
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6/7/2019 Week 2 - Quiz: HCA322: Health Care Ethics & Medical Law (HCE1923A) 5/8 Correct! Correct! 1 / 1 ptsQuestion 9GINA was touted by the late Senator Edward Kennedy as worst new civilrights bill of the new century. Correct! Correct! 1 / 1 ptsQuestion 10In addition to state laws prohibiting genetic discrimination, GINA sets themaximum standards of protection that all states must meet.
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6/7/2019 Week 2 - Quiz: HCA322: Health Care Ethics & Medical Law (HCE1923A) 6/8 Correct! Correct!
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  • Genetics, Gina, Health Care Ethics & Medical Law, handouts GINA

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