How to Protect Your DNA Data Before and After Taking an at-Home Test


Mail-in genetic tests offer a wealth of information about your ancestry and insight into medical risks — in exchange for a lot of data. Here’s where that data goes, and how to delete it. (Ny Times Science) More More

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