Two gene-testing companies get license to operate in Calif.

08/19/2008 | NYTimes.com

The California Department of Public Health has awarded licenses to Navigenics and 23andMe that allow the companies to continue providing genetic-testing services directly to consumers in the state. The agency in June sent "cease and desist" letters to the two firms and 11 other companies.

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