Discussion of Paternity DNA Testing | Forever Young
That is why, it is strongly suggested that people who are thinking about chorionic villus sampling or amniocentesis prenatal DNA paternity diagnostic tests to talk over with their obstetrician just before initiating the check. For other alternatives, a non-invasive paternity DNA testing known as fetal genetic substance assessment is accessible too. It is in response to the risks to fetus posed by earlier mentioned invasive techniques. The engineering used in fetal genetic material tests enables obstetricians to determine the paternity of an unborn little one via only maternal blood sample. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 16:15:06
As the title shows. I need to verify weather or not I am the father of a newborn that a woman claims I am. It is possibly true, on the other hand, it may be false. Is getting this done possible without getting a lawyer, she doesn't seem receptive to getting this done voluntarily. Why should I get a lawyer if I'm just going to end up getting a court-ordered standard child support payment plan if it is mine. Unless they can help lower my payments, I don't see what more they can do for me - just another expense. If they can help me in ways I can't accomplish myself, about how much would it [more...]
Date: 2007-02-09 08:00:00
Paternity Test: How Does DNA Testing Work?
The benefits of paternity test: Of course, foremost benefit of the paternity test is identifying the father of a child. Apart from that, paternity or DNA test brings in more valuable benefits. DNA testing is the accurate method compared to other traditional methods to find biological father of a child Ethnic background and genealogical history can be identified When students need to obtain certain scholarships due to ethnic background, in absence of other valid proof, DNA test results are accepted as a proof of identification by Immigration authorities Legally accepted method throughout the [more...]
Date: 2010-09-29 06:48:42
Home Genetic Testing for Celiac Disease | Gluten Free Help
How does it work? Genetic tests determine how a fraction of a person’s immune system reacts to gluten. On the other hand, in conventional blood tests, only the gluten found in wheat (gliadin) is measured. Gluten-sensitive and celiac people react differently to gluten, however, with a variety of symptoms, such as intestinal difficulties, migraines, mental problems, osteoporosis, chronic fatigue, and psoriasis, just to name a few. DNA testing is the only way to test for gluten intolerance with results that are one-hundred-percent accurate. In the testing process, a test kit is mailed to [more...]
Date: 2010-10-13 07:02:16
Spartan Bioscience receives the Canadian Advanced Technology ...
Spartan Bioscience receives the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance 2010 Award for Outstanding Product Achievement in the ICT/Health Sector Aug 09, 2010 Ottawa, ON, May 20, 2010 - Spartan Bioscience is proud to announce that the company is the recipient of the CATA 2010 Award for Outstanding Product Achievement in the ICT/Health Sector. Sponsored by Wellington West Capital, the award is granted annually by the Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) to a Canadian organization for an outstanding engineering development which has resulted in the production of a world-class product or [more...]
Date: 2010-08-09 20:50:36
DNA testing program altered | UC Health - University of California
The California Department of Public Health has instructed UC Berkeley not to proceed with a portion of its ground-breaking program to educate students about genetic testing and personalized medicine. The program, called “Bring Your Genes to Cal,” allowed incoming students, on a voluntary and anonymous basis, to submit DNA samples, with the promise that they would receive their personal results of tests for three common genetic variants. Some 600 of more than 5,000 incoming freshmen and transfers students have already volunteered their saliva samples and signed consent forms allowing these [more...]
Date: 2010-08-13 00:44:54
Mike on Crime
The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday on whether prison inmates may use a federal civil rights law to get DNA testing that was not performed before their conviction. Prosecutors in Skinner’s case have refused to make some evidence available for DNA testing, including knives from the scene and a jacket next to one of the bodies. The arguments come seven months after the Supreme Court spared Skinner just an hour before he was to go to the death chamber. Justices said then they wanted to postpone his execution until they decided whether to review his case. “The relief Mr. Skinner [more...]
Date: 2010-10-10 22:53:45
FDA warns companies selling at-home genetic tests – The Chart ...
By Carrie Gann CNN Medical News Intern The FDA is warning companies that sell laboratory-to-consumer genetic testing that their products cannot be marketed without FDA approval. The agency said that it is concerned about the accuracy of the tests and that consumers may use the results to make important medical decisions. On Friday, the FDA sent letters to five companies - 23andMe, Navigenics, DeCODE Genetics, Illumina and Knome â notifying them that they must submit their products for review or discuss with officials why their products do not require FDA approval. In its letter to [more...]
Date: 2010-06-14 18:08:51
Consumer Reports Health Blog: Who owns your DNA?
The costs of direct-to-consumer gene tests have been falling, and for under $1000 and a cheek swab or saliva sample, you can learn about a specific trait or disease risk, or get a profile of your whole genome and what it might mean according to current science. But making these tests more readily available to consumers hit some roadblocks in the last few months, when Pathways Genomics delayed plans to market the tests in Walgreens after receiving a letter from the FDA, and the University of California at Berkeley also withdrew its plan to offer individual gene analysis of three traits to [more...]
Date: 2010-09-20 10:00:00
Dna test : What Is A DNA Test For?
You can purchase a home DNA paternity test but there has not been alot of evidence on these and if they are a hundred percent accurate. You can do research on this and non invasive prenatal DNA paternity testing as well. You may qualify for a free DNA test under certain circumstances. Many people today do DNA genetic testing. This can give you a heads up on what kind of diseases you may face and what kind of disease genes your children may get or have. DNA testing genealogy and ancestry DNA testing can help you with your quest to find different people related to you. You can find many sites [more...]
Date: 2009-10-24 04:34:53
Q&A: How accurate and foolproof are at-home dna tests?
Q&A: How accurate and foolproof are at-home dna tests? Question by otherguy: How accurate and foolproof are at-home dna tests? I’m in a little bind here. I might have a son with a married woman. She isn’t sure who the father is and I want to be discreet about our situation. I’ve seen the at home dna testing kits and I am curious about whether they will be as accurate as a test done at a testing facility. I don’t want to sacrifice quality for convenience, I want to be 100% sure on this. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Best answer: Answer by nekospiritfire You want to be [more...]
Date: 2010-09-23 12:42:20
How to Maximize Free DNA Testing
DNA testing has not been limited to the study of the human gene, but has also included that of our beloved canines. DNA testing centers for dogs are open to identify the breeds and ancestry of our pets. Free DNA testing also shoots from legal cases with proceedings done underway. DNA testing for these circumstances can include not only the victim and possible suspects but also other individuals present at the crime scene. Some legal reasons that require DNA testing are for alimony or patrimony reasons. In these cases, the genetic markers are looked into to determine, for example, the [more...]
Date: 2010-05-03 22:41:52
Lastest Home Dna Tests News - Dna Testing Hair
DNA doesn’t match defendant A Kentucky State Police forensic biologist testified Tuesday that DNA found under Amanda Hornsby-Smith’s fingernails didn’t belong to the man on trial in Campbell Circuit Court for allegedly strangling her to death. Read more on The Cincinnati Enquirer Stool DNA test for colon cancer not yet cost-effective The inexpensive stool tests commonly used to screen for colon cancer can be more effective, and much less costly, than newer tests that look for certain genetic markers in the stool, according to a study published Monday. Read more on Reuters via [more...]
Date: 2010-09-23 12:15:32
Allele-specific DNA methylation: beyond imprinting — Hum Mol Genet
Allele-specific DNA methylation (ASM) and allele-specific gene expression (ASE) have long been studied in genomic imprinting and X chromosome inactivation. But these types of allelic asymmetries, along with allele-specific transcription factor binding (ASTF), have turned out to be far more pervasive—affecting many non-imprinted autosomal genes in normal human tissues. ASM, ASE and ASTF have now been mapped genome-wide by microarray-based methods and NextGen sequencing. Multiple studies agree that all three types of allelic asymmetries, as well as the related phenomena of expression and [more...]
Date: 2010-09-21 13:17:53
Intellectual Property Expert Group (ipeg) » Blog Archive » Are the ...
These are just two recent cases in the US but the implication on DNA sequence patents may be far reaching. Back in 2000, when the new economy was still alive, there was a lot of focus on DNA sequence patents. A lot of companies were very cautious and a lot of genetic test developments were stalled because of patent issues. When asking an expert you could get philosophical answers: either you licence or you ignore or you litigate. Now in 2000 there were still patents from the early days of DNA sequencing around. Some of these patents might have been inventive as the inventive step was a lot [more...]
Date: 2010-09-20 16:55:26
Black People : DNA by Ancestry admixture test - Black People ...
Now this is a question for those of you with some expertise in this genetics stuff - exactly what does the test result prove? I'd originally thought it would basically give me an idea of the proportions in my ethnic background as in how many % black, native American etc that I am. Now I've become a little confused by the fact that apparently siblings can end up with different results - does this mean the test is really determining your own individual mix - I've heard tell of white sperm and black sperm coming from a mixed father, but have no idea if that's scientifically possible. I've also [more...]
Date: 2010-10-10 03:31:48
DNA: African tribal migration patterns - MyHeritage.com ...
DNA: African tribal migration patterns FamilyTreeDNA.com is now cooperating with the Center for African American Genealogy Research (CAAGRI) and the Public Records and Archives Administration of Ghana (PRAAD) by testing several hundred members of the Nzema, Ga, Fante, Ewe and Asante tribes. The results of the DNA tests will be part of a genealogy workshop to be held Friday, October 30 in Accra, Ghana. Led by CAAGRI director Paula Royster, the workshop is aimed at highlighting the importance of recording oral traditions by showing people how to record it. The program will include the use of [more...]
Date: 2009-10-29 10:44:00
AJHG - Previous Estimates of Mitochondrial DNA Mutation Level ...
The Distribution of Mitochondrial DNA Heteroplasmy Due to Random Genetic Drift The American Journal of Human Genetics, Volume 83, Issue 5, 17 November 2008, Pages 582-593 Passorn Wonnapinij, Patrick F. Chinnery and David C. Samuels Abstract Cells containing pathogenic mutations in mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) generally also contain the wild-type mtDNA, a condition called heteroplasmy. The amount of mutant mtDNA in a cell, called the heteroplasmy level, is an important factor in determining the amount of mitochondrial dysfunction and therefore the disease severity. mtDNA is inherited maternally, [more...]
Date: 2010-04-01 07:00:00
ISPUB - Comparison and Development of A Rapid Extraction Methods ...
Ancient DNA: Recovery and Analysis of Genetic Material from Paleontological, Archaeological, Museum, Medical and Forensic Specimens. New York, NY: Springer Verlag. (s)7. Holland, M.M. and T.J. Parsons. 1999. Mitochondrial DNA sequence analysis— validation and use for forensic casework. Forensic Science Review. 11: 22 – 49. (s)8. Matysiak-Scholze,U., Dimmeler,S. and Nehls,M. (1996) Technical Tips Online, T40011. (s)9. Near T.J., Bolnic D.I. and Wainwright P.C., Fossil calibrations and molecular divergence time estimates in centrarchid fishes, Evolution, 2005, 59(8): 1768-1782 (s)10. Paabo [more...]
Date: 2010-06-06 01:06:13
Think Out Loud Sizing Up Your Genes · Oregon Public Broadcasting
Now, a host of startup companies are selling at-home kits that promise to unlock the secrets of customers' DNA in a matter of weeks. Intel employees, who get a discounts from two genetic testing companies, use the tests to reveal their genetic predisposition to everything from cancer to cellulite. But many in the medical community are skeptical of the tests' legitimacy, and the U.S. Government Accountability Office recently released a report calling the tests "misleading" and accusing the companies administering them of "questionable practices." Have you elected to use genetic testing? If [more...]
Date: 2010-08-11 16:00:00
Dna Sibling Test: to Determine Sibling Genetic Relationship
Sibling DNA testing is designed to determine sibling genetic relationships. DNA Sibling test can be performed to determine whether two people are full or half siblings and to analyze the relationship of biological siblings by collecting [more...]
Date: 2010-08-05 07:56:01
Early Settlers of Spanish and Mexican Land Grants
(http://www.samford.edu/schools/ighr/) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators. The institute is academically and professionally oriented and is cosponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists. Family Tree DNA (http://www.familytreedna.com/) and other cooperative ventures, including the National Geographic Society's Genographic Project and AfricanDNA.com, now comprise the largest non-medical DNA testing program in the world. Family [more...]
Date: 2008-08-21 04:49:00
Genetic DNA Testing for Breast Cancer
pay per click advertising Genetic test which is also known as DNA-based test is the most powerful technique used to test for breast cancer detection. It involves the direct examination of DNA molecule itself. [more...]
Date: 2010-08-23 23:59:04
Date: 2010-08-24 15:05:04
Language Delays Found in Siblings of Children with ...
One striking finding was that among siblings, 20 percent had received a diagnosis of language delay or speech problems early in life. And half of them had particular qualities of speech that are autistic in nature. So the investigators believe that what is aggregating in these families is more than just the full syndrome of autism. In about 11 percent of families, more than one sibling has autism, and in many others, these subtle, quantitative signs and symptoms indicate many undiagnosed children are affected as well. That's important, Constantino says, because in studies involving DNA [more...]
Date: 2010-10-08 19:48:08
DNA Testing - Legal DNA Tests DNA Testing Center Paternity Test ...
DNA Identity Testing Center is a leading provider for Legal DNA Test, Legal DNA paternity testing, Immigration DNA Testing, Infidelity Detection and DNA testing services. Incoming freshmen at UC Berkeley will receive a cotton swab kit in the mail to participate in voluntary DNA testing as university-wide project. This will be the first mass genetic testing by a university looking for three specific genes as following: 1- Ability to break down alcohol 2- Difficulty to digesting dairy products 3- Regulating body’s ability to absorb the vitamins contained in green, leafy vegetables Despite the [more...]
Date: 2010-09-13 17:51:00
Paternity Testing: Are You Raising Someone Else's Child?
Even without a sample from the mother, DNA paternity test results are up to 99.9999% accuratethats one-in-a-million odds your results are incorrect. Most companies provide a free home kit for you to provide the samples and require you to send the kit back to the laboratory with the accompanying fee. Because many companies are aware of the discomfort of drawing blood from a child in order to get a sample, buccal (mouth) swabs are being accepted as an alternative. By gently massaging the inside of the childs mouth, cheek cells are collected. These cells are then sent to the lab for testing. [more...]
Date: 2010-10-06 22:53:43
Mutant gene discovery in Jews may stop brain damage | Sevarth
As the disease is both severe and common, testing for these mutations will probably soon become a routine prenatal genetic screening test in these two populations so that future cases can be prevented, by carriers either not marrying each other or having children together, or by abortion or pre-genetic diagnosis to choose healthy embryos for in-vitro fertilization. Prof. Ohad Birk and doctoral student Orly Agamy of the National Institute for Biotechnology in the Negev at BGU and colleagues at Soroka University Medical Center in Beersheba demonstrated the first human disease associated with a [more...]
Date: 2010-10-12 07:23:13
DNA findings point to royal roots in African nations
Holland attributes his success to GeneTree, a Utah-based DNA testing service that came up with the Cameroon connection. But GeneTree's chief scientific officer, geneticist Scott Woodward, said Williams' case was far from unusual. "This isn't our home run," Woodward told me. "It takes a lot of regular work. But what did do was give us some nice clues and hints about where he should concentrate his efforts. Should he be looking in Cameroon, or should he be looking in Nigeria? That makes a big difference." In fact, previous genetic tests had indeed suggested that Holland's [more...]
Date: 2010-09-09 14:14:55
How a DNA Test Can Determine Diet Plans and Programs
This new test was recently unveiled amidst claims that it can help health-conscious individuals make desired lifestyle changes. This DNA test is purportedly able to predict the kind of diet food, diet plans, and diet programs that are most effective in assisting you to lose weight. This test arises from an emerging understanding that your biochemistry may work differently than the biochemistry of others. The DNA test is accomplished through a simple cheek swab. While initial research studies and analysis are far from comprehensive, these findings seem to indicate that certain diet foods [more...]
Date: 2010-05-29 09:20:28
Date: 2010-09-28 10:58:33
DNAction » Pathway Launches an Extended Carrier Status Screening ...
Traditionally, pregnancy-related genetic testing has been limited to prospective parents whose family history or ethnicity suggests that they may be at an increased risk for a particular genetic disease. One example of this is genetic screening for Tay-Sachs disease mutations in people of Ashkenazi Jewish origin. The problem with this approach is that it relies on self-reported ethnicity and family history, which can be incomplete or misleading. Additionally, the ethnic distribution and prevalence of many genetic disease-causing mutations is not known. The Simple Solution Using only a [more...]
Date: 2010-09-02 19:09:22
dna test dog breed | Paternity Tests
From a recognized leader in canine DNA technology comes the Canine Heritage XL Breed Test, a DNA-based diagnostic test that can genetically identify over 100 potential breeds within your mixed breed dog! This, accurate, state-of-the-art [more...]
Date: 2010-07-01 02:32:38
DNA Structure & Testing : How to Make a DNA Model
Making a DNA model, which is in the form of a double helix, requires using four colors to represent adenine, guanine, cytosine and thymine, the four bases that make up the genetic material. Make a DNA model to better understand it with information from a biology teacher in this free video on science. Expert: Janice Crenetti Contact: WeAreHDTV.com Bio: Janice Creneti has a Bachelor of Science in secondary science education and a Bachelor of Art in biology from Boston University. Filmmaker: Christopher [more...]
Date: 2010-09-24 11:06:06
Mitochondrial Eve screws Adam
The Mitochondrial Eve thing refers to the most recent common ancestor for all extant humans and is possible because mitochondrial DNA is inherited unmixed from the female parent. It's good science and currently points to the most resent common female ancestor living about 200 000 years ago somewhere in Africa and can be used as a predictor for the various migration hypotheses, for instance it casts doubt on the popular "out of Africa" hypothesis. Now the bible says people originated when god created Adam and Eve, and they were therefore the first two people. After the debacle with the fruit [more...]
Date: 2010-08-02 05:57:14
FTDNA Family Finder - ForumBiodiversity.com » Anthropology ...
I like what is described in the bold face, it would be quite convenient to be able to have direct contact with project members, but for myself it won't be of much use considering only a fraction of my cousins are FTDNA users and I already have my genealogy composed. It would be quite useful for others though who are interested in contacting those long lost cousins and such. One thing I do like is this could lead to more security when sharing GEDCOM's and such, with things like Ancestry.com your files, if made public, can be downloaded and viewed by anyone, this Family Finder thing could help [more...]
Date: 2010-02-16 22:00:09
Genetic Research: Prevention And Treatment Of Disease
The tool allows you to draw your family tree and create a chart of health history. Asking information about the illnesses that run in the family-starting from first to third generation-proves helpful. Documents that record medical transactions such as hospitalization, procedures and treatment are a good source of information. Indicate to the family tree the type of illness contracted by that family member. Because each individual has a unique genetic makeup, the reactions to certain medicines vary widely. Some patients may have more serious side effects from a certain medication, while others [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 04:53:33
DNA saliva samples for SNP and CNV analysis on microarrays
Studies show that DNA from Oragene saliva samples gives equivalent results to DNA from blood for PCR, SNPgenotyping and microarrays. ... For any type of genetic analysis (e.g. population studies, clinical genetic testing, paternity testing, pharmacogenomic testing), non-invasive and easy-to-use sample collection techniques are preferred because they increase compliance rates and reduce costs. Oragene•DNA is a DNA self-collection kit that is completely non-invasive, [more...]
Date: 2010-10-05 15:34:00
Wisdom Panel Insights Dog DNA Test | supertucker.com |
Wisdom Panel Insights Dog DNA Test | supertucker.com. I'm no scientist and I don't have a degree in genetics, however I do know that a small brown Chihuahua looking dog is NOT a result of an equal mix between a poodle and a Yorkshire terrier. I'll chalk it up to our dog being too mixed for . ... 93% of Yorkshire Terrier Dog's are dying too early. Free report reveals why & what you can do about it. Subcribe here. Your First Name: Your Dogs Name: Your Email Address: [more...]
Date: 2010-10-12 13:26:53
Infertility Genetic Testing
Following the routinization of assisted reproduction in the industrialized world, technologies such as in vitro fertilization, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, and DNA-based paternity testing have traveled globally and are now being offered to couples in numerous non-Western countries. This volume explores the application and impact of these advanced reproductive and genetic technologies in [more...]
Date: 2010-09-12 20:24:51
Choosing An Online Dating Service | iTaste
Some sites are more scientific than others and even attempt to match people up by using DNA sequencing technology that is based on specific genetic traits. Other sites offer personality tests to find out which people might be compatible with each other. Some of the services even guarantee you’ll meet a partner or you don’t have to pay for the membership. One of the main things to look for in a site is the number of members that belong to it. Finding somebody to date will be pretty hard if there are only a couple hundred people on the site. The area they live in is also an important [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 15:19:32
Death row inmate seeks high court OK for DNA tests
Skinner, a former convicted car thief and parole violator, was trying to "game the system," Switzer said. Prosecutors have said there's no evidence to conclusively prove Skinner wasn't the killer and that ample evidence exists to show he is guilty. They also contend new DNA testing "would not affirmatively prove anything." "They're fixing to kill me for something I didn't do," Skinner, 48, said last December from a tiny visiting cage outside death row as his execution date neared. To head off the scheduled March execution, his legal team renewed its appeals seeking release of evidence for [more...]
Date: 2010-10-10 19:54:14
Ancestry DNA testing in Australia
You will be connected genetically to perhaps such groups as Sub-Saharan, Native American, East Asian or European. Some terms you will come across in your ancestry DNA test: Mutations in DNA A mutation is a permanent change in which the DNA sequence is somehow altered; with these changes come actual changes to the person or to traits. A very short note on mutations; mutations are of course not always harmful- some mutations are very important and very beneficial and enable us and enabled our ancestor to survive in the conditions they lived. Haplotype: A Haplotype is a group of closely linked [more...]
Date: 2010-08-13 10:30:52
Genewize for FREE! |
They have patents pending on their process of doing DNA testing with a saliva sample to determine how healthy you are at your genetic level. After analyzing your genetic profile, they formulate a unique and personalized nutritional supplement just for you. Their ingredients are 100% natural, whole food and plant based, and 80-90% organic. They have over 100 ingredients, with many that have even been found to IMPROVE and REJUVENATE DNA. DNA has been all over the news and we are undoubtedly heading away from the “one size fits all” form of nutritional supplementation. Wow! Paul Zane Pilzer, [more...]
Date: 2010-10-12 09:45:22
DNA Powerpoint Template
This outstanding template dispalys a DNA strand which makes the presentations on the themes like DNA chain, genetics, DNA test, hereditary, biochemistry, biotechnology, DNA research, bioinformatics, genomics, microbiology [more...]
Date: 2010-01-18 08:40:00
Law and Biosciences Blog | Should Mary Carmichael Get DTC Genetic ...
Mary Carmichael at Newsweek is running an interesting week-long series of posts about deciding whether or not to buy DTC genetic testing for herself. Carmichael series She asked me to contribute an “about 300 word” post on “How do I know if I can trust the results and should I be worried about what I might find out?” Monday, I sent her both a 389 word version and a 300 word version. Tuesday, she sent me back a 308 word version for posting, which I accepted. Today (Wednesday), the Newsweek site has posted a 230 word version. Carmichael: Day 3 It captures much of what I wanted to [more...]
Date: 2010-08-04 17:22:14
Walgreens Reverses DNA Test Kit Decision ~ Chris Pirillo
Genetic information , if it gets into the hands of Insurance Companies, educators, and Government may set the scene for a future where others will sit in judgement of whether we or our children are insurable,worth educating, or even whether future children are permitted to be borne. Allowing entrepeneurs to freely market our genome is an invitation to this future. This deeply personal information must remain in the domain of Univesity research centres, under the strictest security, and bound by laws of [more...]
Date: 2010-05-14 07:33:21
Video: Do-It-Yourself DNA Test Kit
Video: Do-It-Yourself DNA Test Kit Some stores will soon begin selling personal genetic tests, designed to predict everything from diabetes to cancer. As Ben Tracy reports there are critics and controversy surrounding the sale of the [more...]
Date: 2010-05-14 15:09:54
GeneWize Questions? Mygenewizelife.com |
Important Information About the GeneWize Healthy Aging Assessment. While we utilize the information from GeneLink’s DNA assessments to guide the customization of an individual formula, GeneWize is not a genetic testing lab or medical genetics company. The assessments we provide are designed to facilitate the educational use of genetic information to help guide personalized nutritional or skincare formulations. contact Hans Zech today 406-600-3973 hanszech.com Look at the way technology is going before you commit to any nutrition or health and wellness product or opportunity. DNA and [more...]
Date: 2010-10-11 01:46:38
FDA has questions about DNA testing kit, so Walgreens backs off on ...
New York Daily News FDA has questions about DNA testing kit, so Walgreens backs off on selling it Los Angeles Times (blog) Bad news for those of you eager to buy a DNA testing kit at Walgreens: The drug store chain has put off plans to carry the controversial product in its … Walgreens Postpones Plans to Sell Do-It-Yourself Genetic TestBusinessWeek Walgreens Halts Sale of Genetic TestLos Angeles Times Walgreen postpones carrying Pathway Genomics genetic test kitLos Angeles Times The Associated Press -NPR (blog) -Xinhua -AOL News all 934 news [more...]
Date: 2010-05-13 20:00:10