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Addressing the accuracy of direct-to-consumer genetic testing

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    • Shirley Wu PhD
    • , Jeffrey Pollard MD
    • , Arnab Chowdry PhD
    • , Richard Scheller PhD
    •  & Robert Gentleman PhD

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All authors are full-time employees of 23andMe, but otherwise declare no conflict of interest.

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https://doi.org/10.1038/s41436-018-0094-5