September 26, 2016
(Yahoo!) – For those who are interested in learning more about where their family came from using a genetics test, but don’t want all the other reports 23andMe offers, the company has a test for that. 23andMe, a consumer genetics company, said Wednesday that it would now offer two versions of the test: The $199 version, which comes with both the health and ancestry components. The $99 version, which will just have the ancestry test.
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