23andMe Help Connect Siblings for A Reunion Decades in the Making

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Fast Recruitment for 23andMe’s Global Genetics Project

December 03, 2018
23andMe’s Global Genetics Project aims to enroll more than 10,000 people over two years from communities in Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas, who are not currently well represented in genetic research. The data will help diversity 23andMe’s database and thus improve results for our customers; it will also boost genomic studies in underrepresented populations worldwide.
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23andMe’s Team of Genetic Counselors

November 08, 2018
As part of Genetic Counselor Awareness Day, we’re introducing three of the genetic counselors we have on staff at 23andMe and the important work they do.
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Ancestry

23andMe Help Connect Siblings for A Reunion Decades in the Making

December 14, 2018
Brian, an adoptee raised in California, used 23andMe to find first his brother JJ and then two more brothers and two sisters. They all met this year in Ohio for a reunion.
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23andMe Reunites Yadira’s Family

December 07, 2018
23andMe helps a woman find her family, reuniting her with three siblings and letting her learn about her mother who died tragically at a young age.
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23andMe Help Connect Siblings for A Reunion Decades in the Making

December 14, 2018
Brian, an adoptee raised in California, used 23andMe to find first his brother JJ and then two more brothers and two sisters. They all met this year in Ohio for a reunion.
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23andMe Now Available in UK at Boots Online

December 12, 2018
Late last month, 23andMe added a new path for customers to purchase our Health+Ancestry Service in the United Kingdom by making our kits available online at Boots. Boots is the…
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23andMe Helps You Write The Story of Your DNA

December 07, 2018
23andMe is offering a way for its customers to create a beautifully printed book called “The Story of Your DNA,” that contains all their ancestry results, plus details of what their DNA says about their roots across the globe,
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23andMe Reunites Yadira’s Family

December 07, 2018
23andMe helps a woman find her family, reuniting her with three siblings and letting her learn about her mother who died tragically at a young age.
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23andMe Named One of the Best Places to Work in 2019 on Glassdoor

December 05, 2018
23andMe is among the winners of Glassdoor’s annual Employees’ Choice Awards, a list of the Best Places to Work in 2019.
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Fast Recruitment for 23andMe’s Global Genetics Project

December 03, 2018
23andMe’s Global Genetics Project aims to enroll more than 10,000 people over two years from communities in Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas, who are not currently well represented in genetic research. The data will help diversity 23andMe’s database and thus improve results for our customers; it will also boost genomic studies in underrepresented populations worldwide.
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23andMe Help Connect Siblings for A Reunion Decades in the Making

December 14, 2018
Brian, an adoptee raised in California, used 23andMe to find first his brother JJ and then two more brothers and two sisters. They all met this year in Ohio for a reunion.
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23andMe Now Available in UK at Boots Online

December 12, 2018
Late last month, 23andMe added a new path for customers to purchase our Health+Ancestry Service in the United Kingdom by making our kits available online at Boots. Boots is the…
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23andMe Helps You Write The Story of Your DNA

December 07, 2018
23andMe is offering a way for its customers to create a beautifully printed book called “The Story of Your DNA,” that contains all their ancestry results, plus details of what their DNA says about their roots across the globe,
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23andMe Reunites Yadira’s Family

December 07, 2018
23andMe helps a woman find her family, reuniting her with three siblings and letting her learn about her mother who died tragically at a young age.
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23andMe Named One of the Best Places to Work in 2019 on Glassdoor

December 05, 2018
23andMe is among the winners of Glassdoor’s annual Employees’ Choice Awards, a list of the Best Places to Work in 2019.
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Fast Recruitment for 23andMe’s Global Genetics Project

December 03, 2018
23andMe’s Global Genetics Project aims to enroll more than 10,000 people over two years from communities in Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas, who are not currently well represented in genetic research. The data will help diversity 23andMe’s database and thus improve results for our customers; it will also boost genomic studies in underrepresented populations worldwide.
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