Elizabeth Holmes found guilty of fraud over flawed blood technology

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Theranos founder, Elizabeth Holmes, has been convicted of fraud after convincing investors to back flawed blood testing technology.

The Stanford drop out became one of the richest people in America with her claims that her company had the technology to detect diseases from a few drops of blood, even though she knew these claims were false.

She could face up to 80 years in prison.

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