Author: AnneW

Research participants have a right to their own genetic data

The Kaiser Permanente Research Program on Genes, Environment and Health (RPGEH) is an exceptional study that has the potential to transform medicine.  As someone who proudly spent over 25 years as a patient with Kaiser, I would be excited to see my family's medical records used for such a worthy cause.  I was ...

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23andMe Democratizes Personal Genomics With New Analytical Platform

By 23andMe Co-founders Linda Avey and Anne Wojcicki 23andMe is proud to announce a major step toward our goal of democratizing genetic information by giving our customers access to even more of their SNP data through our next generation custom content, all at a lower price. With the introduction of v2, ...

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New Ideas: Personalized Medicine in the Developing World

Muhammad Yunus at his alma mater in Chittagong, Bangladesh 23andMe presented yesterday at the 11th Milken Institute Global Conference, taking place through Wednesday in Los Angeles. The conference has a significant health care focus, with session topics ranging from "Is the Pharmaceutical Well Drying out?" ...

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Sorry for the Delay: A Message from 23andMe Founders Anne Wojcicki and Linda Avey

Linda AveySome customers who recently ordered our Personal Genome Service™ have had to wait more than the usual four to six weeks after spitting to get their genetic information. We know that it can be frustrating to wait when you are curious about what your genome holds, so we would like to apologize and ...

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The Power of We

By 23andMe Co-Founder Anne Wojcicki We started 23andMe to enable individuals to get access to their genetic information. Our DNA is a fascinating aspect of who we are, and we feel strongly that anyone who wants their genetic data should be able to get access to it. But we also started 23andMe to ...

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