Genetic testing is here, is not going to get less common and we will all have our DNA mapped by 2020....but I could be wrong - it could be 2018. However, when you pay to have your DNA analyzed for ancestry, cancer risk, work out optimization, finding a mate without recessive genes, etc - all that DNA data is being resold for economic reasons, stored by 'the government' in case they need to find the person who committed a crime (or has a profile that may commit a crime...), stolen by Chinese biologic warriors to make a 'Western only killing biologic' and so many other things you or I have never thought of..... BOLO, be diligent about loss of privacy of your DNA, you have been alerted - if legislation comes up to protect DNA - don't worry about which party wrote the legislation, worry about protecting your (and your family's) privacy.....http://www.newsweek.com/hidden-danger-do-it-yourself-genetic-tests-749475?utm_source=email&utm_medium=morning_brief&utm_campaign=newsletter&utm_content=read_more&spMailingID=2668187&spUserID=MzQ4OTU1MjQzODUS1&spJobID=930723861&spReportId=OTMwNzIzODYxS0
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