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The Family Tree Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy Paperback – October 13, 2016
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The three types of DNA testing are discussed, sorting out the advantages and limitations of each. The author leads you through how to interpret your own results, and how to use available tools to get the most thorough analysis. He discusses ethical issues surrounding "surprises" in your DNA and searching for birth parents. Simple charts illustrate the points he makes.
Whether you are a professional genealogist or just curious about your genetic makeup, this book will be an excellent reference source for many years to come.
Now with saying the above. I do have a position regarding Adoptee's, etc. I am an advocate that the Adoptee's rights to know their birth mother and father trumps the adoptive parent's rights, or the birth parent(s) rights to privacy, or the State's Interest in restricting that adoptee's right to know who their genetic birth contributing parents are. Absolutely, I am an advocate for OPEN transparent adoption records, and birth record access for ALL adoptee's without restrictions. The State/ agencies restrictions of the adoptee's right, title, and interest to their own ancestral heritage, medical inheritance etc is wrong, and vilifies the adoptee. We have the right, title, and interest in obtaining our original birth certificates, and adoption records.