New business plans for direct-to-consumer gene testing industry

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The Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) gene testing industry has generated a lot of press over the last five or six years. But the business plan has always seemed rather on the South Park side of logical. Now two of the major players in the gene testing industry — 23andMe and Family Tree DNA — along with upstart GenePeeks are launching new ventures that could remake the direct-to-consumer (DTC) market.

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