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23andMe Study on Loss of Smell and Taste Due to COVID-19 Published

January 17, 2022
23andMe’s research that has identified genetic variants associated with the loss of smell or taste due to COVID-19 was published today in the journal Nature Genetics. As part of 23andMe’s ongoing…
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New 23andMe+ Reports on Skin Cancer

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Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, but it’s also one of the most preventable. Fortunately, knowing your risk along with protecting your skin from the sun can lower…
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23andMe Adds New African Ethnolinguistic Groups to Ancestry Composition

January 12, 2022
23andMe’s latest update provides new ancestral connections to 25 African ethnolinguistic groups, or groups of people who share a common language and culture. Along with the Recent Ancestor Locations previously…
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A Stroke Survivor Wants to Raise Awareness for Other Women

January 10, 2022
For Jessica Diaz, a stroke at 36 didn’t just alter the course of her life; it’s driven her to help other women who might unknowingly be at risk for the…
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New 23andMe+ Reports on Skin Cancer

January 19, 2022
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, but it’s also one of the most preventable. Fortunately, knowing your risk along with protecting your skin from the sun can lower…
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23andMe Study on Loss of Smell and Taste Due to COVID-19 Published

January 17, 2022
23andMe’s research that has identified genetic variants associated with the loss of smell or taste due to COVID-19 was published today in the journal Nature Genetics. As part of 23andMe’s ongoing…
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23andMe Hosts Virtual R&D Day Featuring Company Scientists and Executives

January 14, 2022
3andMe will host a virtual research and development day next week to discuss announcements that include taking our first wholly-owned drug into a phase 1 clinical trial, as well as…
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23andMe Adds New African Ethnolinguistic Groups to Ancestry Composition

January 12, 2022
23andMe’s latest update provides new ancestral connections to 25 African ethnolinguistic groups, or groups of people who share a common language and culture. Along with the Recent Ancestor Locations previously…
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A Stroke Survivor Wants to Raise Awareness for Other Women

January 10, 2022
For Jessica Diaz, a stroke at 36 didn’t just alter the course of her life; it’s driven her to help other women who might unknowingly be at risk for the…
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From protein structures to mRNA technology: top genetic and science stories of 2021

December 28, 2021
What stories and breakthroughs shaped the year in science and genetics?  That was the question we asked a group of 23andMe leaders who are experts in everything from human genetics…
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New 23andMe+ Reports on Skin Cancer

January 19, 2022
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, but it’s also one of the most preventable. Fortunately, knowing your risk along with protecting your skin from the sun can lower…
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23andMe Study on Loss of Smell and Taste Due to COVID-19 Published

January 17, 2022
23andMe’s research that has identified genetic variants associated with the loss of smell or taste due to COVID-19 was published today in the journal Nature Genetics. As part of 23andMe’s ongoing…
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23andMe Hosts Virtual R&D Day Featuring Company Scientists and Executives

January 14, 2022
3andMe will host a virtual research and development day next week to discuss announcements that include taking our first wholly-owned drug into a phase 1 clinical trial, as well as…
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23andMe Adds New African Ethnolinguistic Groups to Ancestry Composition

January 12, 2022
23andMe’s latest update provides new ancestral connections to 25 African ethnolinguistic groups, or groups of people who share a common language and culture. Along with the Recent Ancestor Locations previously…
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A Stroke Survivor Wants to Raise Awareness for Other Women

January 10, 2022
For Jessica Diaz, a stroke at 36 didn’t just alter the course of her life; it’s driven her to help other women who might unknowingly be at risk for the…
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From protein structures to mRNA technology: top genetic and science stories of 2021

December 28, 2021
What stories and breakthroughs shaped the year in science and genetics?  That was the question we asked a group of 23andMe leaders who are experts in everything from human genetics…
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Colonists and Colon Cancer

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When Mr. and Mrs. George Fry arrived in the New World nearly four centuries ago, they brought with them not just dreams of a better life, but a curse —…
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People often talk about genes as if they were directly related to specific diseases, as in “the breast cancer gene” or “the gene for alcoholism.” But the fact of the…
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December 20, 2007
A certain provider of personal genetic information is mentioned in Science magazine’s Breakthrough of the Year article, published in the Dec. 21 issue.The journal bestowed 2007 Breakthrough of the Year…
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Silly Rabbit, Spit Comes from Quids

January 07, 2008
A few years back, archaeologist Anna Dhody was thinking about how amazing it is that DNA forensic scientists can collect DNA evidence from nothing more than a discarded cigarette butt…
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Sex, money, dancing, eating….and voles?

January 09, 2008
At the end of last year (2007) you may have seen reports claiming that scientists in Israel discovered the “gene for altruism.”What they actually found was that a variation in…
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My Genome is in a Tube of Spit?

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Spit has DNA? Well, not exactly. Spit has cells in it, and the cells have DNA. For everything except bacteria (and some other types of single-celled organisms), DNA is wound…
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