23andMe Easing Restrictions for Former Subscribers amid Uproar over Policy Change | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News)- 23andMe has backed down from a policy change that would have denied former subscribers access to certain services related to their genetic information, the company said over the weekend.

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