It’s the first kit of its kind to receive FDA approval.
But they don't come without risk.
If you think that someone stealing your identity is bad, imagine someone stealing your DNA.
Sen. Chuck Schumer argues consumers don't fully understand how their genetic data might be used.
It seems that the genetic testing company is officially going down another path.
The FDA changes course on direct-to-consumer genetic testing.
The internet: home of cat videos and...crowdsourcing genetic studies?
Apple's fight with the FBI over electronic privacy is overshadowing another, more troubling concern: Whether law enforcement agencies should have access to private genetic databases.
23andMe will once again begin providing consumers with health and genetic information from their tests, but unfortunately it comes with new limitations.
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