Identigene DNA Paternity Test Collection Kit
DNA Test At Drugstore
Yesterday Rite Aid stores all over America started selling the Identigene DNA Paternity Test Collection Kit for $19.99 but that price does not include the $119 to have a lab evaluate cells wiped off the cheeks of the child.Doug Fogg, chief operating officer for Sorenson Genomics of Salt Lake City, the maker of the product said:
“This is for people who are just curious. It is peace of mind for people who want to know but do not want to involve a physician or an attorney,” “They might want to know the paternity of their child or their own paternity so they can rely on family medical history.”
“It is not a diagnostic test. The results are straightforward and easy to understand,” “It does not require physician analysis. You can go to your local Rite Aid and get a very affordable kit and get answers about the paternity of yourself or your child.”
“The Maury Povich Show” will soon be canceled thanks to this product.
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