Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes: I’m ‘devastated’ about blood test issues
Six months ago, Elizabeth Holmes was the golden child of Silicon Valley: Her health-technology company, Theranos, had developed a device said to not only make blood tests more convenient and comfortable, but less expensive too. But now questions are emerging about the accuracy of those tests following extensive coverage by the Wall Street Journal. NBC special anchor Maria Shriver spoke exclusively with Holmes about the company and its future.
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