A Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services inspection of Theranos' California lab has uncovered a number of "condition-level deficiencies," according to a letter sent by CMS to the company. The inspection also found a deficiency in the company's hematology lab practice that poses an "immediate jeopardy to patient health and safety."

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