Pieter Cohen

Harvard Medical School

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Silicon Valley startups are marketing blood tests they say empower consumers. Some companies say their tests can detect everything from high cholesterol levels to serious diseases.

Is Personalized Medicine Safe?

Silicon Valley startups are marketing blood tests they say empower consumers. Some companies say their tests can detect everything from high cholesterol levels to serious diseases.

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