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Get free genetic testing to see your exact ancestry along with knowing about any genetic conditions you may have any how they affect your heath while earning $90 for 2-3 hours of surveys over 18 month. Normally costs $200, goes on sale periodically for $180. Already existing customers get and extra $20 for doing the surveys.

https://www.23andme.com/fertility/

Conditions:
  • You are female, 18-45, have access to the Internet and live in the United States.
  • One of the following circumstances applies to you:
  • You think you may become pregnant within the next 6 months
  • You are actively trying to conceive
  • You are pregnant
  • You have been pregnant in the last 12 months
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  • You have a male partner with whom you are trying to conceive using no medical assistance.
  • Your male partner has provided permission for you to answer survey questions pertaining to his health history.
  • Your male partner has not had a vasectomy, testicular surgery/infection, or erectile/ejaculatory dysfunction. He cannot have been diagnosed with any condition known to cause infertility or be taking medications known to adversely impact male fertility.
  • You have not had your ovaries, uterus or fallopian tubes surgically removed, tied, or operated on.
  • You have not undergone chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy. This restriction applies to your male partner as well.
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What are the privacy risks of being a research participant?

+ Being a research participant means that 23andMe will store your genetic information and survey answers (this includes responses to questions or surveys you might feel are sensitive in nature) and securely transfer them to qualified research partners. If a security breach occurred, your data could be leaked. Please refer to How do you protect the confidentiality of my data? for more information about this risk.

+ If you are not already a 23andMe customer, you may learn information about yourself that you do not anticipate (e.g., that you are not related to a family member in the way you thought, or surprising facts related to your ancestry).
Please refer to our Terms of Service for more details about the risks of being genotyped

How will 23andMe use my data?
When you participate in this study, 23andMe will use your information in two key ways: 1) in order to provide you services as a customer of 23andMe and 2) for research purposes.

We use your data to operate, provide, analyze and improve our services. These activities may include, among other things, using your information to:
+ open your account, enable purchases and process payments, communicate with you, and implement your requests (e.g., referrals)
process and deliver your genetic testing results
+ offer new products or services to you, including through emails, promotions or contests

Data summaries:

When you agree to the general 23andMe Research Consent Document, you are giving consent for 23andMe to include your genetic and self-reported information in data summaries we share with qualified third party researchers. This research could cover many different topics studied by 23andMe and our research collaborators.

Non-summarized, individual-level data:

When you agree to the fertility study consent document, you will consent to share individual, non-aggregated data with our qualified third party researchers. This means we can share your individual genetic and self-reported data with third party researchers without bundling it. The information we share about you with our research collaborators will be stripped of identifying components (name, email, address, user ID and password). These researchers will only be able to use your data to study fertility and related conditions.
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I have an account with 23andme and they sent me an email about participating yesterday.
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Sexism! What about men?!?!
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Allows us to store your saliva sample (or DNA from your saliva) up to 10 years.
Allows us to conduct additional genetic analyses on your sample (such as DNA sequencing) as part of our research.
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Sexism! What about men?!?!

Genes for Good [facebook.com] provides a free genetic test in exchange for surveys and it's open to men and women.


Requires a Facebook account but it's legit, it's run by researchers at the University of Michigan. http://genesforgood.sph.umich.edu/
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Genes for Good [facebook.com] provides a free genetic test in exchange for surveys and it's open to men and women.


Requires a Facebook account but it's legit, it's run by researchers at the University of Michigan. http://genesforgood.sph.umich.edu/

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"We've had a great response to this study – we are no longer accepting new participants."

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