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FDA, 23andMe Open Up Market Pathway For DTC Genetics

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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The Google-backed firm's carrier screening assay for a rare disease called Bloom syndrome is the first DTC genetic test to achieve sign off from FDA. More importantly, the marketing authority was awarded in a manner that could significantly streamline the path to market for future DTC carrier-screening assays.

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