Full Transcript: Dr. Anirban Maitra on the latest advances against pancreatic cancer

November 15, 2018

This World Pancreatic Cancer Day, we talk to Dr. Anirban Maitra, Scientific Director of the Ahmed Center for Pancreatic Cancer Research at MD Anderson Cancer Center, about the rising incidence of pancreatic cancer, risk factors associated with the disease, and latest progress in the field. We’ve posted the complete transcript of the podcast below.... Read More

October 18, 2018

This week, at the 2018 American Society of Human Genetics Meeting in San Diego, we’re excited to present a scalable, affordable solution that can help accelerate the development of novel polygenic risk scores for non-Caucasian... Read More

December 21, 2017

It’s been quite a year in the world of health tech. As we count down toward New Year’s and try to imagine 2018, here’s a quick look at the innovation this past year at the intersection of technology and healthcare. 2017 saw the first... Read More

October 17, 2017

One year ago, the Color Test launched to democratize access to genetic testing and preventative health information. Color’s physician-ordered test for breast and ovarian cancer risk has helped people and their providers across the globe... Read More

A great doctor and his grateful patient – Color

September 29, 2017

Dr. Adashek & his patient Chris Scott Walking into Dr. Steven J. Adashek’s office, you can’t help but notice how welcoming it feels. The brightly colored walls are lined with beautiful artwork created by patients who‘ve been coming here for many years. This isn’t a... Read More

Full Transcript: Aneesh Chopra, the United States’ first Chief Technology Officer, on Sequenced

September 25, 2017

On this episode of Sequenced, Aneesh Chopra, the United States’ first Chief Technology Officer under President Barack Obama, sat down with Color’s CEO and co-founder Othman Laraki to discuss the intersection between data and healthcare. We’ve posted complete transcript of... Read More

Fixing Healthcare from the Outside: Why This M.D. Returned to Silicon Valley

November 30, 2016

I’m a molecular pathologist, which is a really nerdy kind of physician who specializes in operating high complexity nucleic acid testing laboratories and the interpretation of patient results. (Yeah, that’s really a job.) I went to medical school at Stanford in the 90s where... Read More