Theranos: What We Should Learn
December 13, 2016
By Sormeh Mahjouri

I remember first hearing about Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos in 2013 when I was still working for a medical device company in Minnesota, and I found myself quite captivated by the story: A young woman and former Stanford undergraduate who dropped out of college to develop minimally-invasive technology for the collection and analysis of blood. She wanted to transform personalized medicine through a prick of blood that would yield hundreds of lab tests—how could I not be fascinated with such a story? It seemed too good to be true, and

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