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Pulled the trigger on 2 of these. Been thinking about it for awhile now. Thanks, OP.
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I've always wanted to try this. Am I just spending 100$ for a half hour of fun though? Any reason to do this on kids (2 year old or 4 year old) to find anything early or anything?
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I've always wanted to try this. Am I just spending 100$ for a half hour of fun though? Any reason to do this on kids (2 year old or 4 year old) to find anything early or anything?
Nah, they will release new reports periodically. Plus sometimes new relatives will join and/or you'll glean new genetic revelations.
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How low do the prices go for these kits? Is this as low it goes or will there be better pricing on BF?
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I've always wanted to try this. Am I just spending 100$ for a half hour of fun though? Any reason to do this on kids (2 year old or 4 year old) to find anything early or anything?
Sure there's good reason like subjecting your children's DNA to government and law enforcement. Oh and I forgot sharing it with every pharma and/or insurance company that wants to buy their data.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dna-...-parties/#
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Sure there's good reason like subjecting your children's DNA to government and law enforcement. Oh and I forgot sharing it with every pharma and/or insurance company that wants to buy their data.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dna-...-parties/#
And dont forget GINA doesnt protect you from life insurance discrimination based upon your DNA.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gen...nation_Act

People are paying to give up their privacy and expose themselves to potential downfalls, similar to other free models like Facebook/Google.

Also, the vast majority of positive genetic tests (which are still open to changing interpretation) end up with "oh well, nothing you can do so now you can just worry and see if you get it or not"
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How low do the prices go for these kits? Is this as low it goes or will there be better pricing on BF?
The health and ancestry one hits $100-110 at least a few times a year. $99 flat is the lowest I can find for it, though the ancestry one has gone cheaper. I'm unsure if BF will see a better or similar deal, considering holding off, but have wanted this for a while and it's a solid price.
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Sure there's good reason like subjecting your children's DNA to government and law enforcement. Oh and I forgot sharing it with every pharma and/or insurance company that wants to buy their data.
The silver lining is you get to help catch all the criminals in your family tree.
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I was also wondering what is the lowest price people have seen for these kits. thanks
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Sure there's good reason like subjecting your children's DNA to government and law enforcement. Oh and I forgot sharing it with every pharma and/or insurance company that wants to buy their data.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/dna-...-parties/# [cbsnews.com]
23 and Me is one of the brands that only release your information with your permission. You'll get an email explaining what they want to share, with who, and why (not sure if it is protected beyond use of whomever they share with though). GINA does protect you from health insurance discrimination. It's the only brand I've considered, but still haven't wanted to spend $100 on it yet.

https://www.23andme.com/privacy/ [23andme.com]
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Insurance companies will anyways make this DNA testing mandatory in near future, similar to mortgage companies needing your credit history.
You dont read? Gina specifically outlaws this...

Normally I would ignore, but Im in a generous mood today. here try reading this if you can

https://report.nih.gov/nihfactshe...px?csid=81
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What does the FAR one at Rite Aid for BF include?
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