PINs are meant for people living with or at risk of developing a health condition. Children who are younger than 18 years of age, or adults who cannot make their own medical decisions, must have their legal guardian, parent, or custodian register on their behalf.
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- What is the Invitae PIN?
- Why join the Invitae PIN?
- Who can join the Invitae PIN?
- How do I set up an account?
- If I have already joined a registry, can I still join the Invitae PIN?
- Will it cost anything to join the Invitae PIN?
- How does the Invitae PIN protect my privacy?
- Can I see other participants' responses in the Invitae PIN?
- What's the connection between the Invitae PIN and clinical trials?
- How does Invitae communicate with PIN participants?