Your genetic genealogy research
In recent years, genealogists in many countries are interested in DNA testing to enrich their research. In 2019, nearly 30 million people in the world have tested their DNA for genealogical purposes.

For a few tens or hundreds of euro, from a saliva sample, these genealogists can have a more or less precise idea of ​​their ethnic origins, with information on the migrations of their ancestors. The results, strictly personal, are stored in huge databases, which allow comparisons between people who have done the same test and thus the detection of possible relatives. DNA testing is still illegal in France.

These tests are not legal everywhere. For example, they are not legal in some European countries. Geneanet, wich supports the authorization of these tests in a legal framework, wishes to collect your feedback.

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