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If you haven’t heard of DTC, direct to consumer, DNA testing, you’re living under a rock or maybe in a third world country without either internet or TV.
Most of the genetic genealogy companies are fairly closed-lipped about their data base size of DNA testers, but Ancestry isn’t.
If they are outside of Europe or Canada, I’m even more hesitant.
If the company is associated with a country that is unfriendly to the US, I unequivocally refuse.
I passed a table of diners in Germany in July to overhear, in English, discussion about ethnicity-focused DNA testing.Every year for the past 17 years has been the year of DNA for me, but for many millions, 2017 has been the year of DNA.DNA testing has become a phenomenon in its own right.It was in 2013 that Spencer Wells predicted that 2014 would be the “year of infection.” Spencer was right and in 2014 DNA joined the ranks of household words. In 2017 – DNA Is Mainstream If you’re a genealogist, you certainly know about DNA testing, and you’re behind the times if you haven’t tested.I saw DNA in ads that year, for the first time, not related to DNA testing or health as in, “It’s in our DNA.” In 2014, it seemed like most people had heard of DNA, even if they weren’t all testing yet. DNA testing is now an expected tool for genealogists, and part of a comprehensive proof statement that meets the genealogical proof standard which includes “a reasonably exhaustive search.” If you haven’t applied DNA, you haven’t done a reasonably exhaustive search. When I used to speak to genealogy groups about DNA testing, back in the dark ages, in the early 2000s, and I asked how many had tested, a few would raise their hands – on a good day.