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23andMe Is Digging Through Your Data for a Parkinson’s Cure

 

In 2006, when personal genomics company 23andMe launched from its offices in California, it charged $1,000 for a home spit kit and its top competitors were DeCodeMe and Navigenics. If you’ve never heard of those last two, that’s because they never made it out of the aughts. And for a while there, no one thought 23andMe would either.

But today, the

 

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