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Elizabeth Holmes trial testimony continued with former Theranos workers – The Washington Post

Surekha Gangakhedkar left Theranos because she did not back its plan to use its device on patient blood samples.

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I was worried about the launch, I was actually scared that things would not go well, she said.
The prosecution sought to show that Holmes was in the loop on technology issues, showing the jury several emails either sent to or from the former chief executive…

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