Anne Wojcicki discusses how 23andMe is becoming a player in medical research for age-old genetic diseases
23andMe scientists began a study of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, to understand how genetics may influence the differences in severity of the disease among people.
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As part of Parkinson's Awareness month, 23andME looks back over the now 11 years since we formed the Parkinson's Research Community and note some of what we've accomplished.
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A new study found previously unknown genetic mechanisms for myopia, or nearsightedness, including associations with circadian rhythms, as well as skin, eye and hair pigmentation.
Early puberty in boys is associated with shorter lifespans, according to a new genetic study by researchers at the University of Cambridge.
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