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Theranos just made a major pivot to save itself

Almost a year after The Wall Street Journal published an investigation that questioned the accuracy of Theranos' blood test, the company has decided to stop all of its clinical operations, cutting 340 positions and closing its Wellness Centers where blood tests were performed.  Instead, Theranos has decided to make a major shift, focusing solely on its technology, namely the miniLab platform it debuted in August at a scientific conference.
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