SAN JOSE, Calif. - Theranos’ former lab director will continue testifying Tuesday in the federal fraud case against the failed biotech company’s former CEO Elizabeth Holmes.
Dr. Adam Rosendorff began testifying Friday. He described numerous breakdowns inside Theranos’ testing lab, including major failures of the Edison machine – the company’s central technology.
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Rosendorff said the machine returned erroneous results after being launched in September 2014 at Walgreens stores in Arizona.
He said he even warned Holmes that the machines were not working properly before they went to market.
Holmes is facing ten counts of fraud and two counts conspiracy to commit fraud along with co-defendant and former partner Sunny Balwani.