What can your DNA say about you? Do you get your eye color from your mother, your height from your father, and could you be at risk of a certain type of cancer? If you want to find out, one way is to have your DNA analyzed through a genetic test. Traditionally, a genetic test is deployed by a healthcare professional when they suspect a genetic cause of a person’s disease or ailment, and usually these tests will look at either a single gene (a part of your DNA that is used to make a protein with some function in...
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