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DNA Testing: Do You Have a Right to Test Your Own DNA? FDA Says No! 12/10/13 via ANH

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    There’s a reason your government is whittling away at your healthcare options and driving costs out of control—and not a good one.

    America spends over $2.6 trillion a year(18% of our GDP) on healthcare. At the same time, government is tightening the regulatory reins on nutritional and natural methods to support health—an approach that isn’t lowering healthcare spending, but raising it!

    On November 22, the FDA sent a warning letter to 23andMe.com to stop its inexpensive ($99 per test) “do-it-yourself” genetic testing service for health screening and ancestry purposes, because consumers could be “misled” and harm themselves by “self-treating.” For example, the FDA posits that an individual who learns they have a predilection for cancer would, as a result, undergo unnecessary preventive surgery, chemotherapy, and other “morbidity-inducing actions.”

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