The Stanford professor who rejected one of Elizabeth Holmes’s early ideas explains what it was like to watch the rise and fall of Theranos

Credit: Business Insider- Published on March 18, 2019
· Dr. Phyllis Gardner, a Stanford Medical School professor, was one of the earliest people to be skeptical of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes. Gardner had rejected one of Holmes' early ideas for a patch that could deploy antibiotics. 
· Gardner has followed along with Holmes and Theranos since then and raised her concerns...
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Published on March 19, 2019 -  00:30
Theranos' Elizabeth Holmes Never Granted An Interview For HBO Documentary
The disgraced founder of Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, is not interviewed in the HBO documentary, "The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley" which premiered Monday night. Director Alex Gibney told Business Insider about the process of trying to get her to go on camera, including a five-hour dinner with her, and why it never ended up happening. Gibney's pitch to Holmes was to come on camera and speak her truth. But she never granted an interview.

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