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Can science fiction help us grapple with gene editing?

by Molly Wood Nov 29, 2018
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Who owns the results of genetic testing?

by Molly Wood Oct 16, 2018
Personal data from genetic tests has been used in drug development and research.
A visitor views a digital representation of the human genome in 2001 at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
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Who owns the results of genetic testing?

by Molly Wood Oct 16, 2018
Personal data from genetic tests has been used in drug development and research.
A visitor views a digital representation of the human genome in 2001 at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.
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Not white? Ancestry services don't work so well. Companies are looking for fixes.

by Peter Balonon-Rosen May 25, 2018
More people of color need to take DNA tests to improve the results, but people of color won't buy kits if they don't provide worthwhile information.
Ancestry.com can reveal DNA information from 289 regions in Europe and four regions in Asia.
courtesy Michael Kim

Gene editing for fresher fruit, leaner pigs

by Dan Gorenstein Mar 28, 2018
But … do we even want that?
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Why 23andMe wants your genetic data

by Kai Ryssdal and Robert Garrova Apr 19, 2017
CEO Anne Wojcicki hopes the collective power of health information will advance research.
"In some ways the world is just starting, but in some ways I think we've really driven a lot of change," said 23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki.
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Our most immutable material

by Molly Wood Mar 16, 2016
23andMe’s Kate Black on protecting genetic data.
23andMe provides genetics testing to customers. 
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