More than 12 million people have been genotyped. Big jump over last year. (thread)
2017 was the year consumer DNA testing blew up
"2017 was the year consumer DNA testing blew up" - via Interesting trend. Given lack of value from a health perspective, no surprise driven by ancestry. Wonder if it will be sustained...
2017 was the year consumer DNA testing blew up - but not all tests are created equal #DNA #ancestry #rethinkfertility
2017 was the year consumer DNA testing blew up - via
New story by on #consumer #genetics blowing up this past year: #ancestry #genealogy
ICYMI an interesting article by on the growth of the DTC testing market. 12 million people have now been genotyped, with seven million at AncestryDNA
2017 was the year consumer DNA testing blew up - via
2017 was the year consumer DNA testing blew up -More people took genetic ancestry tests last year than in all previous years, combined! Top players- has sequenced 7M people, @23andMe- 3M, , . #DirectToConsumer advertising
Re-reading this: Over 12 million people have purchased a direct-to-consumer genetic test - most within the last two years. Around 1 in 25 American adults now have access to personal genetic data. #genomics
2017 was the year consumer DNA testing blew up - MIT Technology Review
3/ OK, so the privacy and security standards of commercial direct-to-consumer DNA databases matter why? Because they are huge. More than 12 million as of Feb 2018 and, by now, six months later, probably around 18 million.
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