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- The Wall Street Journal spoke with patients who were affected by inaccurate Theranos blood tests. “Rattled patients who told The Wall Street Journal they sought more information about their results said they got no response, and weeks or months passed before Theranos told many patients that their results were unreliable.” The Wall Street Journal also reviewed an undisclosed report from the US Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, which found that 834 of 2,890 quality-control checks using the company’s proprietary Edison devices “exceeded the company’s threshold of two standard deviations from its average result,” the publication reported.
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