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At first, I was thinking this is the coolest genetics story, my own personal genetics story. I wasn’t particularly upset about it initially, until the rest of the family found out. Their reaction was different. Years of repressed memories and emotions uncorked and resulted in tumultuous times that have torn my nuclear family apart. My parents divorced. No one is talking to my dad. We’re not anywhere close to being healed yet and I don’t know how long it will take to put the pieces back together. After this discovery was made, I went back to ndMe and talked to them. I said, «I’m not sure all your customers realize that when they participate in your family finder program, they’re participating in what are essentially really advanced paternity tests.» People find out that their parents aren’t who they think they are. They have nearly a million people in the database. If there happens to be anyone in there you’re related to, they’ll find your match. This is a solid science.
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Still, people don’t have to give — or burden — their family members with revelations about their health that they might not want. The genetic testing companies typically offer a number of options, including tests that stick to ancestry or more frivolous matters, such as freckles or ability to match musical pitch. Recipients of ndMe kits, for example, can also opt out of receiving the more ominous test results.
A federal law, the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, keeps health insurers and employers from obtaining a person’s genetic test results or making decisions based on those results. But that law doesn’t apply to life insurance or long-term care insurance.
“It’s a pretty unique experience,” said Stacey Detweiler, a medical affairs associate and genetic counselor at ndMe, which doesn’t disclose sales. “Some people are really interested in looking toward maybe the past, maybe their ancestry, where they’re from. Other people are maybe a little more interested in the future.”
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