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A clerk in the clinic asks, "Why is it okay for me to send the report of the client's genetic testing to the life insurance carrier? I thought GINA prohibited insurance companies from getting this information." How should the nurse respond?

▸ "You should not be sending genetic information to anyone but the client."

▸ "Once a client has reached age 75, GINA does not apply."

▸ "Life insurance companies are exempt from GINA rules."

▸ "The client must not care who sees the records."
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