Nov 272017
 
 November 27, 2017  Business, Healthcare  Add comments

Daniella Silva reports:

… “These are the kits where you swab your cheek or maybe spit into a little vial send it back to a company and in return they’re unravel your DNA,” Schumer, the Senate Democratic leader, said at a news conference Sunday morning.

Schumer cited the rising popularity of home genetic kits and ancestry services, such as Ancestry, 23andMe and MyHeritage, and said some of their terms-of-service agreements weren’t clear on just what companies could do with your genetic information.

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