It’s been a shitty 2016 so far for Theranos: the medical company that claimed to be able to conduct a variety of tests from a single drop of blood had to void results that went back two years after they were found to be inaccurate. And last month, CEO Elizabeth Holmes was barred from operating labs for the next two years. So naturally, when the company was slated to make a presentation at an American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) expo, people expected Theranos to deliver new information about its testing methods. Instead, Holmes presented a new product called the…

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