'Wheel of Conditions'

Scientists at 23andMe developed a way to help researchers and interested individuals find those less-than-obvious links between health conditions.

They created a "Wheel of Conditions" using data about self-reported health conditions from more than 38,000 members of CureTogether — a resource where people can share information about disease and treatments — which the company acquired in July.

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