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FDA Warns Company to Stop Selling Genetic Testing Kits

The Food and Drug Administration is ordering 23andMe to stop selling its saliva collection kits for its personal genome service.

23andMe is a health and ancestry DNA startup, founded by Anne Wojcicki in 2006. For $99, you receive a spit kit, provide 23andMe with a saliva sample, and send in your results.

Within a few weeks, you receive a bunch of information about what your DNA says about you.

Source: Business Insider. Read full article. (link)

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