Living DNA Review on PC Mag

Here’s a review of Living DNA on PC Mag: https://www.pcmag.com/review/359741/living-dna

I did the free upload of my 23andMe results so I won’t get to see some of the things mentioned in the review. For example, I won’t get ethnicity, mtDNA haplogroup, or Y-DNA haplogroup results. I will get matching when it becomes available in August 2018.  If I wanted to see the things they aren’t going to show me, then I would need to order a kit from Living DNA. It’s currently on sale for $99 ($79 if you use promo code MOMSDAY5); regular price is $159 – the promo code is a Mother’s Day special; the $99 sale price has been a discount on and off for a while.

While the article says you don’t get health results with Living DNA, you could probably upload your raw data to Promethease or one of several other medical DNA analysis choices.

Here’s an older review of Living DNA by http://www.yourgeneticgenealogist.com/2017/02/the-new-living-dna-test-review-of-my.html.

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