They said it: Theranos founder

“Most people are trustworthy and most people are decent. I picked this up because she wasn’t trustworthy. And why I could pick that up I don’t know, except for I’m not a man. That was part of it, trust me.”

— Phyllis Gardner, Stanford University professor of medicine and health care venture capital firm partner, on her early suspicions about disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes, whom she knew as a Stanford student and who now faces fraud charges over her blood-testing company.

Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford in 2003 as a 19-year-old to start Theranos, a company now poised to disrupt the medical diagnostic test market. She spoke about the company’s vision at their headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., Thursday afternoon July 3, 2014. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) 

Source: mercurynews
They said it: Theranos founder