Sunday, December 10, 2017
Health information, anyone?
In case you didn't know, 23andMe is not the only game in town for learning about how your specific genetic makeup affects your health. Promethease has been around for a while now and, while its reports are not as pretty or as understandable as those you get from 23andMe, they are even more comprehensive. The cost? Just $5.00 if you upload your raw results from any of the major DNA testing companies. But there are some things you need to know. My friend and colleague spells them out in her usual thoughtful way today in her blog, The Legal Genealogist: Promethease Promotion.