A New Survey On Attitudes About Race and Genetics

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23andMe Research

A New Survey On Attitudes About Race and Genetics

August 15, 2018
A majority of Americans agree that someone’s racial identity is not hard-wired into their DNA, according to a new survey on attitudes about race and genetics by researchers at Northwestern University working in collaboration with DNA testing company 23andMe.
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Health and Traits

Itching to See 23andMe’s New Trait Reports

July 30, 2018
23andMe released a new batch of trait reports that look at whether your DNA indicates you might be tastier to mosquitoes than others, or why you can sing back a musical note or get the heebie-jeebies looking down from great heights, or even why your hair lightens in the sun.
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Ancestry

Happy National Cousins Day

July 24, 2018
On National Cousins Day we bring you the story of Lisa Henry and Joyce Schur, who are so close that they always felt like they were more than just friends, and after using 23andme they learned they are actually cousins.
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23andMe Customer Stories

23andMe Helps Adoptee Find Biological Family

August 10, 2018
He Richard had long ago stopped expecting he’d find anything about his biological family, but 23andMe helped the 50-year-old adoptee find his half-sister and learn about his biological family.
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A New Survey On Attitudes About Race and Genetics

August 15, 2018
A majority of Americans agree that someone’s racial identity is not hard-wired into their DNA, according to a new survey on attitudes about race and genetics by researchers at Northwestern University working in collaboration with DNA testing company 23andMe.
Read More

23andMe Helps Adoptee Find Biological Family

August 10, 2018
He Richard had long ago stopped expecting he’d find anything about his biological family, but 23andMe helped the 50-year-old adoptee find his half-sister and learn about his biological family.
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Book Review: She Has Her Mother’s Laugh

August 01, 2018
A book review of Carl Zimmer’s massive new book “She Has Her Mother’s Laugh: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity.”
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Best Practices for Protecting Consumers’ Privacy

July 31, 2018
23andMe joined forces with non-profit organization Future Privacy Forum along with Ancestry, Helix, and other leading personal genetic testing companies to issue a new Privacy Best Practices for Consumer Genetic Testing Services.
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Itching to See 23andMe’s New Trait Reports

July 30, 2018
23andMe released a new batch of trait reports that look at whether your DNA indicates you might be tastier to mosquitoes than others, or why you can sing back a musical note or get the heebie-jeebies looking down from great heights, or even why your hair lightens in the sun.
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A Note On 23andMe’s New Collaboration with GSK

July 25, 2018
23andMe announces the launch of a collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to accelerate our ability to make meaningful discoveries in therapeutics to treat disease.
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A New Survey On Attitudes About Race and Genetics

August 15, 2018
A majority of Americans agree that someone’s racial identity is not hard-wired into their DNA, according to a new survey on attitudes about race and genetics by researchers at Northwestern University working in collaboration with DNA testing company 23andMe.
Read More

23andMe Helps Adoptee Find Biological Family

August 10, 2018
He Richard had long ago stopped expecting he’d find anything about his biological family, but 23andMe helped the 50-year-old adoptee find his half-sister and learn about his biological family.
Read More

Book Review: She Has Her Mother’s Laugh

August 01, 2018
A book review of Carl Zimmer’s massive new book “She Has Her Mother’s Laugh: The Powers, Perversions, and Potential of Heredity.”
Read More

Best Practices for Protecting Consumers’ Privacy

July 31, 2018
23andMe joined forces with non-profit organization Future Privacy Forum along with Ancestry, Helix, and other leading personal genetic testing companies to issue a new Privacy Best Practices for Consumer Genetic Testing Services.
Read More

Itching to See 23andMe’s New Trait Reports

July 30, 2018
23andMe released a new batch of trait reports that look at whether your DNA indicates you might be tastier to mosquitoes than others, or why you can sing back a musical note or get the heebie-jeebies looking down from great heights, or even why your hair lightens in the sun.
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A Note On 23andMe’s New Collaboration with GSK

July 25, 2018
23andMe announces the launch of a collaboration with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to accelerate our ability to make meaningful discoveries in therapeutics to treat disease.
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