Theranos Corrects 2 Years' Worth Of Flawed Blood Test Results
The tests may have led doctors and patients to make the wrong medical decisions, a source told The Wall Street Journal.By Ryan Biek | May 19, 2016
The blood-testing company run by the so-called world's "youngest self-made female billionaire" has allegedly decided two years' worth of testing results from one of its devices are worthless. That's what an unnamed source told The Wall Street Journal.
Theranos had made a name for itself by offering hundreds of medical tests from just a few drops of blood.
However, speculation began last year that the company's "Edison" testing technology wasn't working as well, or being used as often, as advertised.