Physicians Increasingly Comfortable Discussing Consumer DNA Testing with Patients

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23andMe Researchers Develop A Better Way to Estimate Skin Cancer Risk

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23andMe Helps Adoptee Find Birth Family

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23andMe Researchers Develop A Better Way to Estimate Skin Cancer Risk

January 08, 2021
A team of scientists at 23andMe created a new model to better estimate skin cancer risk, one of the most commonly diagnosed forms of cancer. Details of the new model…
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Physicians Increasingly Comfortable Discussing Consumer DNA Testing with Patients

January 15, 2021
In the last two years as interest in consumer DNA testing continues to remain strong, primary care physicians have become increasingly comfortable with discussing these results with their patients, a…
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DNA Testing Fills in Gaps for Adult Adoptees 

November 27, 2020
By Brianne Kirkpatrick, MS, LCGCWhether it’s a mother finding her son, or a daughter finding her father, or brothers and sisters meeting for the first time, stories of adoptees using…
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23andMe Helps Adoptee Find Birth Family

January 06, 2021
It wasn’t until she was 30 that Bonnie dared to search for the details of her birth.An adoptee with loving parents and a brother and sister she adored, Bonnie said…
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Physicians Increasingly Comfortable Discussing Consumer DNA Testing with Patients

January 15, 2021
In the last two years as interest in consumer DNA testing continues to remain strong, primary care physicians have become increasingly comfortable with discussing these results with their patients, a…
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23andMe Researchers Develop A Better Way to Estimate Skin Cancer Risk

January 08, 2021
A team of scientists at 23andMe created a new model to better estimate skin cancer risk, one of the most commonly diagnosed forms of cancer. Details of the new model…
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23andMe Awarded LEED Platinum Status for HQ’s Environmental Design  

January 06, 2021
Like most offices in Silicon Valley, these days 23andMe’s headquarters is largely vacant as employees have adjusted to working from home during the pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped us all…
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23andMe Helps Adoptee Find Birth Family

January 06, 2021
It wasn’t until she was 30 that Bonnie dared to search for the details of her birth.An adoptee with loving parents and a brother and sister she adored, Bonnie said…
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23andMe Christmas Gifts Reunite Mother and Son

December 22, 2020
By Amanda McCorquodaleFor Christmas a few years ago, Tami Hawley’s brother gave her a 23andMe kit, a life-changing gift that ultimately connected her to the son she’d given up for…
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23andMe Employees Hear from Customers 

December 16, 2020
Clockwise from upper left, 23andMe’s Jhulianna Cintron, the moderator for this year’s customer panel, with Kimberly (upper left), Jason, and Lynn. This holiday, 23andMe invited three customers to join us…
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Physicians Increasingly Comfortable Discussing Consumer DNA Testing with Patients

January 15, 2021
In the last two years as interest in consumer DNA testing continues to remain strong, primary care physicians have become increasingly comfortable with discussing these results with their patients, a…
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23andMe Researchers Develop A Better Way to Estimate Skin Cancer Risk

January 08, 2021
A team of scientists at 23andMe created a new model to better estimate skin cancer risk, one of the most commonly diagnosed forms of cancer. Details of the new model…
Read More

23andMe Awarded LEED Platinum Status for HQ’s Environmental Design  

January 06, 2021
Like most offices in Silicon Valley, these days 23andMe’s headquarters is largely vacant as employees have adjusted to working from home during the pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped us all…
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23andMe Helps Adoptee Find Birth Family

January 06, 2021
It wasn’t until she was 30 that Bonnie dared to search for the details of her birth.An adoptee with loving parents and a brother and sister she adored, Bonnie said…
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23andMe Christmas Gifts Reunite Mother and Son

December 22, 2020
By Amanda McCorquodaleFor Christmas a few years ago, Tami Hawley’s brother gave her a 23andMe kit, a life-changing gift that ultimately connected her to the son she’d given up for…
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23andMe Employees Hear from Customers 

December 16, 2020
Clockwise from upper left, 23andMe’s Jhulianna Cintron, the moderator for this year’s customer panel, with Kimberly (upper left), Jason, and Lynn. This holiday, 23andMe invited three customers to join us…
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