The U.S. Food and Drug administration approved the use of home genetics test
kits to determine a person's risk for genetics-based diseases. The DIY kit
developed by 23andMe can test for 10 genetic diseases including Parkinson's
and Alzheimers. The company initially offered a DNA testing kit that was
designed to describe a person's risk for 240 diseases but FDA discontinued
the service in 2013 because of safety and efficacy reasons. The new test kit
for 10 genetic diseases will be available in the coming months.
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