Message from discussion DNA
From: "Bruce Remick" <rem...@cox.net>
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Subject: Re: DNA
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Date: Sun, 6 Dec 2009 12:01:51 -0500
"Chez" <chezelw...@comcast.net> wrote in message
>> Consider testing her dad and any uncles, since she has no brothers. If
>> her mom is available test her as well.
>> For your side have any sisters / brothers tested as well as mom and dad,
>> if they are available.
> If it waere up to me I would test the world.
> All that sounds like a good idea. If you want, you could make a depsoit in
> my PayPal account. It's a streatch to get my wife and I done. I'm
> reluctant to have my father in law tested because if we pay to have him
> tested, then my mother in law's jeleasy (sp?) would require her to be
> tested - first - and we don't have the money.
What would you all be "tested" FOR, if I may be so bold? What would you
hope to discover, and what would you do with the information?