Last Posted: Sep 29, 2017
- As Consumer DNA Testing Grows, Two States Resist
E Mullin, MIT Tech Review, Sep 28, 2017
- Fit in my 40s: A DNA test is like going to a fortune teller, with science
Z Williams, The Guardian, Sep 23, 2017
- Latest Sports GiveawayDNA Testing KitsIs a Terrible Idea, Experts Say
J Franklin, Newsweek, Sep 19, 2017
- Heres What Happened When A Football Team Decided To Give Out Free DNA Tests
Buzzfeed News, Sep 18, 2017
- Racial minority group interest in direct-to-consumer genetic testing: findings from the PGen study.
Landry Latrice et al. Journal of community genetics 2017 Sep
- Third party interpretation of raw genetic data: an ethical exploration.
Badalato Lauren et al. European journal of human genetics : EJHG 2017 Aug
- With a Simple DNA Test, Family Histories Are Rewritten
G Kolata, NY Times, August 2017
- Warnings over shock dementia revelations from ancestry DNA tests
R McKie, The Guardian, August 2017
- Few direct-to-consumer test users receive genetic counseling: More consumers discuss results with primary care physicians.
et al. American journal of medical genetics. Part A 2017 Sep 173(9) 2304-2305
- DNA test results may not change health habits, research suggests
M Ritter, Globe and Mail, August 17, 2017
- Science Says: DNA test results may not change health habits
M Ritter, Medical Xpress, August 17, 2017
- What can genetic testing really tell you? Risk is not a diagnosis.
A Nathan, Popular Science, August 14, 2017
- Your DNA data may be vulnerable to hacking. Heres how
UL McFarling, StatNews, August 10, 2017
- Can a genetic test really boost your odds of becoming pregnant?
R Robbins, Stat News, August 2, 2017
- How Do You Know When a DNA Test Is B.S.?
S Zhang, the Atlantic, July 25, 2017
- Regulating the advertising of genetic tests in Europe: a balancing act.
Kalokairinou Louiza et al. Journal of medical genetics 2017 Jul