A Drop Of Blood: A Billionaire One Day, A Con Artist In The End

Elizabeth Holmes, the youngest female self-made billionaire founder of Theranos in 2003, a company that promised to be able to obtain 30 different health measures like cholesterol and hemoglobin from a drop of blood at a cost 50% less than the standard Medicare reimbursement rates ($98 billion in savings over a decade), is now worth nothing and has been banned from the field of blood analysis. Continue reading A Drop Of Blood: A Billionaire One Day, A Con Artist In The End