Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Ancestry.com In Talks With FDA To Offer Genetic Testing | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Read the full article: Ancestry.com In Talks With FDA To Offer Genetic Testing | Fast Company | Business + Innovation:

"Ancestry.com, the popular genealogy site, is talking to the FDA about using DNA to estimate disease risk for the company’s member base. CEO Tim Sullivan revealed the news in an interview with The Verge, effectively announcing his company’s intention to eventually offer straight-to-consumer genetic testing.

Ancestry is currently in the "very early stages of a conversation with the FDA," Sullivan told The Verge. "We think it's totally appropriate that the FDA has stepped in to pretty aggressively regulate direct-to-consumer genetic tests—and we're just starting from that perspective, and trying to work very closely with them," he continued."

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