23AndMe review: genetic testing for health and ancestry

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I wrote a review of the 23andMe genetic testing service. The idea is that you provide a saliva sample and in exchange you receive some genetic analysis. Specifically, you receive information on both health and ancestry. You might find out conditions that you’re genetically predisposed to, a long-lost cousin or at least some weird traits you’re likely to have. I found the experience both exciting and daunting at times, but overall I’d recommend the experience – even at £125.

If you’re interested, please read the full article at giffgaff.com

Last modified: January 30, 2015

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