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23andMe Launches TV Ad Campaign For DTC Gene Testing Service While Seeking 510(k)

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The seller of a $99 direct-to-consumer genetic test service is running ads with actors discussing the values of learning one’s personal DNA profile. But the firm’s continued marketing of the testing services and now its high-profile ads may raise questions about the regulatory status of its offerings.

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