Genomics Startup in FDA Feud Still Has No GC

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PALO ALTO — On paper, the top legal job at 23andMe might look like one of the hottest tickets in town. The high-profile Mountain View–based company, backed by Google and run by Anne Wojcicki, has pioneered the potentially paradigm-shifting personal genomics model. The job arguably just got more interesting when the Food and Drug Administration strong-armed the company into ceasing its interpretation of genetic test results. 23andMe now faces several class actions related to its regulatory missteps.

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