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California Outpatient Centers Offering 23andMe Service

California's Palomar Pomerado Health will offer 23andMe's genome service at its outpatient centers in San Diego, the organizations said this week.

The direct-to-consumer genomics service company said that the agreement with PPH marks the first time that its Personal Genome Service will be available for sale outside of its website. The firm's service is run using the Affymetrix platform.

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