'23andMe Saved My Life' | GenomeWeb

In a recent CBS News story, one woman says that the direct-to-consumer genetic testing services her husband ordered through 23andMe saved her life. Upon learning that she's a BRCA1 mutation carrier via 23andMe, 31-year-old Jill Steinberg underwent genetic counseling and had her test results confirmed before undergoing a double mastectomy.

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