The saga of startup lab Theranos continues to get increasingly complicated. The firm, known for its proprietary tests that only need a finger-prick's worth of blood for analysis, has recently faced accusations that its technology was faulty and inaccurate. Now, it seems that its tech was not properly vetted by federal authorities for nearly two years. The Verge has learned that when the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) inspected Theranos, it made no mention of the Edison machines -- Theranos' blood analyzers -- at all. The reason? Because it never inspected them.