Category: announcements

Take a Hike… for Parkinson’s Awareness

It’s easy to talk the talk for disease awareness, but now you can walk the walk -- literally! On April 16th, the Parkinson’s Association of San Diego (PASD) and the Parkinson’s Unity Walk (PUW) will be hosting two different walks on either side of the country. The goals of each walk are the same: to raise ...

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23andMe is Celebrating DNA Day a Little Early With a Sale!

Although DNA Day is officially April 15th, we at 23andMe just couldn’t wait that long. So we’re celebrating early with a big sale! For a limited time, you can order the 23andMe Personal Genome Service® for $0 up front, plus a 12-month subscription commitment at $9/month. This is down from an upfront ...

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DTC Genetic Tests and the Future of Regulation: Make Your Voices Heard

On March 8th, the FDA convened a two-day advisory panel meeting to discuss questions related to direct-to-consumer genetic tests. The questions focused on the benefits and risks of providing consumers with direct access to these tests, potential strategies for communication and education to mitigate any ...

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March is Kidney Awareness Month!

This month, take a few minutes to appreciate your kidneys. These workhorses filter wastes, toxins and excess fluids from the blood, regulate the balance of ions and other chemicals in your body, and release hormones important for blood production, blood pressure regulation, and calcium balance. Given all ...

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23andMe Presents at FDA Advisory Panel Meeting on Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Tests

Editor's note: This post has been altered from the original. The slides from the presentation have been removed. 23andMe, like many others, believes that individuals have a right to access their own genetic information and that personal genetics will pave the way for significant advances in healthcare. ...

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23andMe to Attend FDA Public Advisory Committee Meeting on Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Tests

Last summer, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) indicated that it would be revising its regulatory guidelines pertaining to laboratory-developed tests (LDTs), and that direct-to-consumer genetic tests such as 23andMe's Personal Genome Service® would potentially fall under that category. 23andMe has ...

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Readers Wax Poetic: PMWC Ticket Contest Winners

In the last few weeks of 2010, readers had the opportunity to flex their creative muscles and submit a poem for a chance to win free admission to the 3rd annual Personalized Medicine World Conference taking place in Silicon Valley January 18-19, 2011. We received many wonderful entries spanning a wide variety ...

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Are You A Poet? Let Us Know It (and Win a Prize)!

Passionate about personalized medicine? Fascinated by new technologies? The 3rd annual acclaimed Personalized Medicine World Conference is just around the corner, and YOU could win a free pass! 23andMe, a bronze-level sponsor of the conference, will be awarding five (5) complimentary admissions to attend ...

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23andMe Launches Its First NIH Funded Study

  By Amy Kiefer and Kim Barnholt 23andMe is excited to announce the launch of our first National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research project. In the fall of 2010, 23andMe received a NIH Small Business Innovative Research Grant (SBIR) to validate our web-based approach to pharmacogenomics ...

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Holiday Sale Extended Through Christmas!

The holidays just got a bit happier. Our holiday sale price of $99 plus a 12-month subscription to our Personal Genome Service for just $5 per month will now be available through Christmas day (12/25/2010). Be sure to place your order by Wednesday, December 15th if you want to receive your DNA testing kits in ...

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