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Who has improved their health through knowing their SNPs, and how did you achieve this?

Discussion in 'Genetic Testing and SNPs' started by Hip, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. Valentijn

    Valentijn Activity Level: 3

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    It's for two-day delivery, to make sure the sample gets there quickly.
     
  2. WoolPippi

    WoolPippi Senior Member

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    They bring it to your house.
    They come pick it up.
    It's worth it.

    Would you mind starting a new thread for your endeavours of this?
    Then we can keep this thread for what it says on the title.
     
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    It also covers insurance... and as another said.. it's picked up from your own home too.

    I paid that for shipping costs myself, it may seen a lot but that raw data is invaluable to have (and such a bargin at $99) and you can use it to check out so many different things. I thought of it like this.. I paid more then that to see a ME/CFS specialist for one visit.
     
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