Theranos Offers First Glimpse of Technologies, Assay Data to Critical Lab Community | GenomeWeb

PHILADELPHIA – At the American Association for Clinical Chemistry annual meeting here today, Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes offered a first look at the components of the company's miniLab technology with which it hopes to make diagnostic testing broadly accessible in a decentralized manner.

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