If you've been mulling over getting screened by 23andMe for genetic risks like cancer, we're afraid you'll have to look elsewhere. The company has just announced that it's suspending sales of personalized DNA test kits to comply with the FDA's order, as the agency has yet to conduct tests to prove its accuracy. In a blog post on the company website, co-founder Anne Wojcicki says she's "committed to making sure that 23andMe is a trusted consumer product." Whether that means she's working with the agency to make Time Magazine's Best Invention of 2008 available again, we don't know. For now, the company's focusing on research and ensuring those who purchased a kit before November 22nd still get their results. Folks who bought one after that date will, unfortunately, have to make do with a refund.