Today and tomorrow, the FDA is holding a two-day advisory panel meeting on direct-to-consumer (DTC) clinical genetic testing. 23andMe is one of the big stakeholders in this issue, as I have considered here and elsewhere.
So I discovered 23andMe’s blog, The Spittoon. Of course.
(Get it? You provide saliva into a container, and the company performs your genomic DNA analysis.)
The site, written by “the people of 23andme,” is decorated with colorful, abstracted and simplified, crisscrossing chromosome forms.
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