And that’s all, folks

April 25, 2010 at 8:24 pm Leave a comment

It appears I’ve come to the end of my genetic ancestry journey. I’ve covered the science behind the testing, the privacy and confidentiality concerns, the individual and social benefits of social networking, and the potential medical implications of testing. I’ve learned a lot about the technology, as well as a lot about my own ancestry. While my assignment may be due tonight, I’ll continue blogging if I find pertinent updates to my genetic genealogical picture!

Thanks for reading,
Sam

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