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Science, the Endless Frontier

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Editors’ note: We first posted this piece by Joyce Tung, Vice President of Research at 23andMe, on April 4 2017, but in light of the current budget debate over deep…
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23andMe Offers New Genetic Report on Type 2 Diabetes

March 10, 2019
23andMe’s new type 2 diabetes report* offers customers insight into their likelihood of developing one of the most prevalent, pernicious, and yet preventable health conditions in the United States.This new…
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Ancestry

Meet Your DNA Family — 23andMe’s New Ancestry Report

May 04, 2017
New ancestry reports from DNA testing company 23andMe.
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23andMe Customer Stories

23andMe Helps Customer Connect to West Africa

February 07, 2019
Many African Americans can relate to the years of frustration Paul Mosley had trying to track back his family history.For Paul, there was always a certain point where the trail…
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Be Fascinated for Women’s History Month

March 15, 2019
March is Women’s History Month, a time to recognize the extraordinary achievements, courage, persistence, and contributions of women worldwide. This is the second profile of some of the women at…
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Editors’ note: We first posted this piece by Joyce Tung, Vice President of Research at 23andMe, on April 4 2017, but in light of the current budget debate over deep…
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The Irish Connection

March 11, 2019
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23andMe Offers New Genetic Report on Type 2 Diabetes

March 10, 2019
23andMe’s new type 2 diabetes report* offers customers insight into their likelihood of developing one of the most prevalent, pernicious, and yet preventable health conditions in the United States.This new…
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Be Inspired for Women’s History Month

March 08, 2019
March is Women’s History Month — and March 8th is International Women’s Day — marking a time to recognize the extraordinary achievements, courage, persistence, and contributions of women worldwide. Here…
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23andMe’s Call for Collaborations to Study Underrepresented Populations

February 28, 2019
23andMe is inviting qualified researchers for collaborations using 23andMe’s large African American and Latino cohorts as part of our Research Innovation Collaborations Program to aid more study of underrepresented populations.
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Be Fascinated for Women’s History Month

March 15, 2019
March is Women’s History Month, a time to recognize the extraordinary achievements, courage, persistence, and contributions of women worldwide. This is the second profile of some of the women at…
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March 13, 2019
Editors’ note: We first posted this piece by Joyce Tung, Vice President of Research at 23andMe, on April 4 2017, but in light of the current budget debate over deep…
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The Irish Connection

March 11, 2019
Caroline Wallis, 23andMe Content Writer, Ancestry Product Team A photo of Mike in front of Bunratty Castle in County Clare, near the Shannon Airport. Messaging a distant cousin through 23andMe’s…
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23andMe Offers New Genetic Report on Type 2 Diabetes

March 10, 2019
23andMe’s new type 2 diabetes report* offers customers insight into their likelihood of developing one of the most prevalent, pernicious, and yet preventable health conditions in the United States.This new…
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March is Women’s History Month — and March 8th is International Women’s Day — marking a time to recognize the extraordinary achievements, courage, persistence, and contributions of women worldwide. Here…
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February 28, 2019
23andMe is inviting qualified researchers for collaborations using 23andMe’s large African American and Latino cohorts as part of our Research Innovation Collaborations Program to aid more study of underrepresented populations.
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Whose Y to Use? Paternal Ancestry for Ladies

May 07, 2008
Editor’s Note: This post does not reflect our current product offering. 23andMe’s ancestry product looks at the autosomes (chromosomes 1-22), the sex chromosomes (XY), and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). For more…
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The Uniqueness of Ashkenazi Jewish Ancestry is Important for Health

May 22, 2012
Ashkenazi Jews are one group that fall under the umbrella of “European”, but it’s clear from numerous studies that they’re genetically unique and distinct from the European population at large.
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Empower The People

November 07, 2014
Over the last month, Anne Wojcicki, 23andMe’s CEO and co-founder, has been plenty busy spreading the word about the power of genetics to transform health care and empower people. Anne…
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Learn More About 23andMe’s Lupus Study

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World Diabetes Day

November 14, 2016
23andMe takes a moment to bring a more awareness to type 2 diabetes that affects more than 400 million people worldwide. Although genetics, family history and age all contribute to the risk for Type 2 diabetes, many cases could be prevented or the symptoms lessened with simple lifestyle changes.
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