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When genealogy services test your DNA, who can see what they find? After your ancestry is traced, your genetic information is stored, and there isn’t any protection against the risk it poses to your life insurance.

Even though genealogy services can’t share your genetic information, they bring to light hereditary disease risks, and life insurance providers can ask you for the results.

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Tuesday, April 10 2018
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Featured in storyJane Tiller - Ethical, Legal & Social Adviser in Public Health Genomics at Monash UniversityNSW Senator Deborah O'Neill - Deputy Chair of the Corporation and Financial Services Committee

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