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Paternity DNA testingAlmost 100 years ago, we were using blood to determine if it was possible for a man to be the father of a child. This method couldn’t tell us if he was the father, but it could tell us if he wasn’t about 30 percent of the time. We’ve come a long way since then; we can now confirm a biological connection with 99.9 percent accuracy, thanks to paternity DNA testing. It’s been almost 30 years since paternity DNA testing began, and since then, it’s changed the lives of many people. ... read more >>

Paternity testing is not just for the rich & famous

Paternity testing is not just for the rich & famous The paternity tests we tend to hear about are those done for the rich and famous, but paternity testing is not just for them.  Perhaps it once was, when it cost many thousands of dollars to have a test done.  However, with the recent advancements in genetic science, the paternity test has been put into the reach of the average person.  Instead of needing thousands of dollars, generally a few hundred will do, which allows many people find out the truth about the paternity of their child. Perhaps we could consider ... read more >>

How does DNA paternity test actually work?

How does DNA paternity test actually work? DNA paternity testing is used quite commonly today.  There are two reasons for this.  One is that there are a high number of babies born out of wedlock, more than 50% born to women under the age of 30.  The other reason these tests are so common now is due to the advancement of genetic science.  We have come so far that a DNA paternity test is extremely accurate and within the financial reach of the average person.  However, many people wonder how it works.  Oddly enough, despite the fact ... read more >>


How do you test a baby that hasn’t been born?

Posted by on Jul 3, 2012 in Ancestry DNA testing, Blog, DNA paternity testing, Genetic predisposition testing, Legal DNA testing, Prenatal paternity testing | 0 comments

How do you test a baby that hasn’t been born?

There are many reasons why parents would want to conduct DNA testing on a baby and sometimes it is necessary to do so before the baby is born.  It is not recommended that paternity testing be done before the birth of the baby, but there are other reasons why parents would want to test their baby prior to birth.  The concern of genetic disorders is chief among these reasons.  For paternity testing or other types of testing, there are a few options to consider. Traditional tests done before a baby is born are very invasive, causing a risk of...

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Paternity DNA testing

Posted by on Aug 12, 2012 in DNA paternity testing | 0 comments

Paternity DNA testing

Almost 100 years ago, we were using blood to determine if it was possible for a man to be the father of a child. This method couldn’t tell us if he was the father, but it could tell us if he wasn’t about 30 percent of the time. We’ve come a long way since then; we can now confirm a biological connection with 99.9 percent accuracy, thanks to paternity DNA testing. It’s been almost 30 years since paternity DNA testing began, and since then, it’s changed the lives of many people. Adopted children are finding their birth parents;...

read more

Paternity testing is not just for the rich & famous

Posted by on Jul 3, 2012 in Ancestry DNA testing, Blog, DNA paternity testing, Genetic predisposition testing, Legal DNA testing, Prenatal paternity testing | 0 comments

Paternity testing is not just for the rich & famous

The paternity tests we tend to hear about are those done for the rich and famous, but paternity testing is not just for them.  Perhaps it once was, when it cost many thousands of dollars to have a test done.  However, with the recent advancements in genetic science, the paternity test has been put into the reach of the average person.  Instead of needing thousands of dollars, generally a few hundred will do, which allows many people find out the truth about the paternity of their child. Perhaps we could consider the rich and famous to have...

read more

How does DNA paternity test actually work?

Posted by on Jul 3, 2012 in Ancestry DNA testing, Blog, DNA paternity testing, Genetic predisposition testing, Legal DNA testing, Prenatal paternity testing | 4 comments

How does DNA paternity test actually work?

DNA paternity testing is used quite commonly today.  There are two reasons for this.  One is that there are a high number of babies born out of wedlock, more than 50% born to women under the age of 30.  The other reason these tests are so common now is due to the advancement of genetic science.  We have come so far that a DNA paternity test is extremely accurate and within the financial reach of the average person.  However, many people wonder how it works.  Oddly enough, despite the fact that genetic scientists spend years in school,...

read more

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