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Why We Can't Forget the People With Health Conditions Theranos Failed

Hulu has officially released all episodes of its hit series “The Dropout,” which follows the meteoritic rise and fall of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes — the Stanford dropout whose medical technology startup was based on the false premise that the company could run hundreds of lifesaving blood tests using a single drop of blood. Amanda Seyfried, who plays Holmes, has captivated the world with a convincing portrayal of Holmes’ signature unblinking blue eyes, black turtleneck tops, and shockingly deep voice, and the sheer ridiculousness of the true story is enough to lure audiences in. However, there’s another piece of the Theranos story that’s even more important to consider while watching “The Dropout” — the real people who used Theranos’s faulty blood tests to make health decisions and the dangerous ways in which their health was affected by Theranos technology.

Holmes lured investors — and eventually, medical doctors and patients — in with the promise that one-of-a-kind Theranos medical devices could test just a pinprick of blood for hundreds of medical conditions — from high cholesterol to sexually transmitted diseases. Company employees noticed a culture of secrecy at Theranos and began to suspect the revolutionary blood processing technology wasn’t as functional as Elizabeth Holmes claimed, but that didn’t stop Holmes from inking a $140 million deal with Walgreens, which ultimately led to Theranos blood testing centers being rolled out in Walgreens drug stores across California and Arizona. Unfortunately, though, many patients whose doctors recommended Theranos blood tests used inaccurate Theranos testing results to inform their future medical decisions.

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Hulu has officially released all episodes of its hit series “The Dropout,” which follows the meteoritic rise and fall of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes — the Stanford dropout whose medical technology startup was based on the false premise that the company could run hundreds of lifesaving blood tests using a single drop of blood. Amanda Seyfried, who plays Holmes, has captivated the world with a convincing portrayal of Holmes’ signature unblinking blue eyes, black turtleneck tops, and shockingly deep voice, and the sheer ridiculousness of the true story is enough to lure audiences in. However, there’s another piece of the Theranos story that’s even more important to consider while watching “The Dropout” — the real people who used Theranos’s faulty blood tests to make health decisions and the dangerous ways in which their health was affected by Theranos technology.
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