February 9, 2017
(WLTX19) – It’s not unusual to want to learn more about yourself and after a few clicks online, you could be drowning in information. There are dozens of genetic tests offering the latest and greatest ways to answering your questions. You send them some saliva or a swab from your cheek and from that, they’ll analyze your D.N.A., but sometimes the results you get back aren’t definitive. Richard Moody works at WLTX. He’s adopted and said he doesn’t have a desire to learn about his birth parents, but is interested in learning more about himself.
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