Could bad blood cost you billions? The story of Elizabeth Holmes

As a sophomore at Stanford, Elizabeth Holmes pictured a way to reinvent old-fashioned Blood testing. That was just over a 10 years ago. Holmes, now 30, dropped out of Stanford at just 19 years old and started a company called Theranos. She partnered with Walgreens pharmacy and started the testing from there. She created an innovative way to test blood, Instead of vials of blood. Theranos came up with a way to only use a pinprick and a drop of blood to test which was revolutionary to blood testing. They can run 30 tests on one drop of blood....

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