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Consumer genotyping, act two

August 6, 2013

Unsurprisingly, clinical geneticists are unhappy with direct-to-consumer genotyping. 23andMe, whose $99 genotyping gives consumers a variety of information from their risk for Alzheimer’s to their ancestral haplotypes, is kicking off its first series of TV ads for its service.

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