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Could Illnesses Become 'Optional'?
Published Thursday, May 17, 2018

Naveen Jain's startup, Viome, uses artificial intelligence to try to improve people's health. In this article on Inc.com by staff writer Kevin J. Ryan, he writes that serial entrepreneur Naveen Jain is on a moonshot mission to cure diseases by manipulating the bacteria in people's guts. A year into his new venture, he says it's working.

Jain, founder of space venture Moon Express and biotech startup Viome--and no stranger to making bold claims--spoke Thursday at The Wall Street Journal's Future of Everything Festival, at times with dizzying speed about his new company.

Onstage, he offered anecdotal evidence about Viome's progress: The company has pulled in tens of thousands of customers in its first year, and they're seeing results. "People are telling us their acne is gone, their eczema is gone," he claimed. "People are saying their depression and anxiety are gone."  Read the story at Inc.com.

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