Latest Blog Posts Tagged "23andMe"
October 21, 2015
23andMe has launched its Personal Genome Service to share reports on health, ancestry, wellness and personal traits. The genetic testing company's commitment to Parkinson's research remains.
March 25, 2015
Paul Cannon, PhD, who leads the 23andMe Parkinson's Community, spoke with MJFF about the company's recent news and what it means for Parkinson's disease drug development.
January 06, 2015
Today genetic testing company 23andMe announced a $60 million deal with pharmaceutical giant Genentech to identify new drug targets and therapies, including for Parkinson's disease (PD).
November 11, 2014
Dr. Alim Benabid was honored for his work in the development of deep brain stimulation with the 2015 Breakthrough Prize at a ceremony on November 9.
April 02, 2014
Scott Hadly tells of the latest research from 23andMe's Parkinson's Research Community finding differences in symptom severity in various groups.
December 05, 2013
Patient Council member and former astronaut Rich Clifford shares why he went public with his Parkinson's and what he's gained since — as a clinical research participant and patient advocate.
November 25, 2013
Must stop marketing their direct-to-consumer genetic test because they do not have market clearance or approval from its agency to do so.
23andMe Parkinson's Community Hits 10,000 Members; Enrollment Still Free of Charge to Parkinson's Patients
March 04, 2013
Congratulations are in order for personal genetics company 23andMe and the volunteers who have helped it exceed its goal of enrolling 10,000 people in its Parkinson's Research Community.
Nearly 10,000 Strong, 23andMe PD Research Community Drives Genetic Research toward Potential New Drugs
November 28, 2012
In 2009, personal genetics company 23andMe announced an effort to recruit 10,000 people with Parkinson's for genetic research in PD. To date, 23andMe has recruited more than 9.300 people.
October 04, 2012
Long before Caren Teves's diagnosis with Parkinson's disease, her oldest son Alex was one of her greatest champions. "He always looked to the positive in life," says Caren, of Phoenix, Arizona.