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Simon E. Fisher
UK government has placed a £161 million order for rapid COVID-19 test kits with DNANudge. This company sells personal food shopping & lifestyle advice based on a consumer's DNA sequence. Let me join geneticists around the world as we scream into the void.
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Simon E. Fisher Aug 4
Replying to @ProfSimonFisher
Looking back it seems obvious now that 2019 was just the warm-up act for 2020.
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Emma Sprooten Aug 3
Replying to @ProfSimonFisher
And this part: "We cannot find any independent studies or even claims about their performance on the company websites. They are not listed on the main international lists of available and approved tests." 😬 Let alone a peer reviewed article....
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Dr Adam Rutherford Aug 3
let us not forget that the previous incarnation of Tomazou's current endeavour was genetically personalised face cream in a Bond St shop.
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CommunicatingEurope+ Aug 3
Replying to @ProfSimonFisher
Was Chris Grayling involved in this?
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Dan During Aug 4
Replying to @ProfSimonFisher
Did they buy it in response to a facebook add? 🤣 At least to me it sounds like cambridge analytica is still messing with the UK...
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pjmeade Aug 4
Replying to @ProfSimonFisher
You don't suppose there's anyone in that company that knows Cummings?
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blurbfly Aug 4
Replying to @ProfSimonFisher
Laugh all you want, DNANudge obtained initial funding from two respected Silicon Valley veterans.
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thenovice#fbpe Aug 4
Which Tory Ministers have shares in them ??
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ToroTaylor #Think32 Aug 4
Would be very interesting to know what connects them - shares, mates, donors but you can pretty much guarantee that there will be a connection.
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Sassy Gee 🕷 Aug 4
Replying to @ProfSimonFisher
What could possibly go wrong... 🤦‍♀️
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