Will health aspects be part of the Genographic project? Will health or insurance companies have access to my information?

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No, the Geno 2.0 test is for personal ancestry. Their tests are not medical. [...]

Is the Geno 2.0 test a replacement for testing at Family Tree DNA?

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No, in almost all regards, the Geno 2.0 test is complementary to Family Tree [...]

Where do I go to order the kit?

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You may order a kit from the Genographic Project on their website (https://genographic.nationalgeographic.com).
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I have already tested with the Genographic Project. How can I join Family Tree DNA?

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You may transfer your results to Family Tree DNA through the Genographic website. To [...]

What tests does the Genographic Project offer? Will they help my genealogical study?

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The Geno 2.0 test offers insights into your personal ancestry. It also provides new [...]

What will I gain by participating in the National Geographic Genographic project?

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Testing helps you learn about your personal ancestry. Test results tell about your ancestors’ [...]

How will Genographic protect my privacy?

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For privacy, each person is given a Genographic Project ID (GPID). The GPID is [...]

Who is in charge of the National Genographic project?

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Spencer Wells, PhD leads The Genographic Project. He is a geneticist and an anthropologist. He is [...]