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Body blow: How 23andMe brought down the FDA’s wrath

26
Nov
2013

From the very beginning, 23andMe was the stuff TED talks are made of, promising to harness the staggering quantity of information in the human genome with big data and user-friendly web savvy. This morning, the FDA ordered an immediate halt on sales of 23andMe’s saliva test kit, the company’s only product. Until the company passes the FDA’s marketing approval process, it will be forbidden from shipping anything to users. It’s very bad news for 23andMe.

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