Over the past few days some friends have started receiving their results from 23andMe's last sale (others have put me on notice to inform them of the next discount window). This brings me to thinking about direct-to-consumer genetic testing, and the legal and technological framework in which we live. In relation to the former thanks to Daniel Vorhaus the F.D.A. has reopened the public docket on this issue, until May 2nd. So Monday. The best way to submit is online: http://www.regulations.gov, and reference docket ID FDA-2011-N-0066. I believe this direct link to the submission page should work as well. You obviously know my opinion. Here are some samplesubmissions. You can also see the submissions so far at this address. Some of them are quite succinct: "FDA let people access their genetic information since it's one of basic right of human being." Dr. Daniel MacArthur has more sage commentary, as usual. Have a good weekend!