Best known for helping users discover their geographic and ethnic origins, Ancestry’s success has led the company to venture into new territory with AncestryHealth. This division offers two tests, the first being a one-time test which detects nine hereditary conditions, including breast cancer, heart disease, and colon cancer available for $149 and just $49 for existing AncestryDNA customers...
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