23andMe Founder Anne Wojcicki Says Consumers With Privacy Concerns Just Need Time to Get Used to Genetic Testing
The field of genetics has come a long way since human genome sequencing began in the 1990s—but it still has massive room for growth, 23andMe co-founder Anne Wojcicki said at the TIME 100 Health Summit
Consumer genetic tests could be giving false reassurance to those at heightened risk of cancers, according to findings presented at an international conference this week. The study, by clinical genetic
Ancestry, the wildly popular geneology firm best known for giving consumers a breakdown of their origin, is stepping into healthcare with a pair of AncestryHealth services aimed at determining consumers'
For the first time, family-history website Ancestry will tell you about your genetic health. On Tuesday, the 36-year-old firm known for its family tree resources announced that it'll offer two new products:
Ancestry has long appealed to people eager to learn about their family roots. Now the company known for its popular DNA kits is diving into a new area of discovery – health. Tuesday, Ancestry launched