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  • kxh
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    Only if you paid them to take your DNA data and store it, or one of your blood relatives did.

  • StarFlower
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    Although I didn't forsee this, I'm not a fan at all of 23andMe, and this has just reinforced my (low) opinion of them. I'd never get any testing like that done, and if for some reason I wanted to, it would not be through 23andMe, and it would only be with genetic counseling done first.

    • Gozzin
      +6

      Same here...Why should some drug company get my info and profit from it and i get nothing? If I needed one of the drugs they created from 23& Me do you think I'd get it free or discounted? Oh hell no!

      I’m not sure they understood that it meant, ‘Yes, we’ll go to Glaxo, and that’s where we’re really going to make a lot of money off of you.'”

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