Ikahoshi: The problem is, in the U.S. if your insurance company finds out, you'll be denied coverage for any of the illnesses you test positive for. The ultimate pre-existing condition: genetic disease.
Diogenes: Ikahoshi: The problem is, in the U.S. if your insurance company finds out, you'll be denied coverage for any of the illnesses you test positive for. The ultimate pre-existing condition: genetic disease.Shouldn't that no longer be true with the ACA?Plus, I would hope you can sign something with the tester such that they require your consent to share your results.
xxmedium: I've used both services - familytreedna.com for mtdna and ydna (before familyfinder xdna testing was available) and 23andme.com for the xdna. I will second using gedmatch.com which will take results from both companies (and ancestry.com I believe too but not sure).The biggest problem with gedmatch now is availability. They had to shut their site down for almost a month to migrate to another hosting provider because the demand for testing matches across different companies' data was so great their servers got swamped.
Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Has anyone done this test? I'm leaning towards buying a kit, but I'm curious about just how informative the results are./interested in the trivia aspect, may or may not adjust my lifestyle based on the results
Mr_Fabulous: Most likely scenario for me: A combination of high blood pressure, low-level diabetes and congestive heart failure...maybe with a stroke thrown in for good measure.Second-most likely: Car wreck.
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