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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Tute Genomics has suspended its Kickstarter campaign after receiving a letter from the US Food and Drug Administration.

On Sept. 13, Tute launched a program on the crowdfunding platform that offered backers the chance to have their whole genome or exome sequenced by Tute's partner laboratories and receive reports containing information on actionable variants in their DNA as well as their risks of developing various diseases. 

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