What Is an In Home Paternity Test?

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asked Apr 7, 2010 by anonymous

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In home paternity tests are paternity tests usually administered by individuals who would like to keep their results private. Using a pre-ordered kit, individuals collect their own DNA samples (usually in their homes) without the help of a physician. These tests are not accepted in court.
answered Apr 7, 2010 by anonymous
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DNA Parentage testing is no longer a scary task as there are lots of home test kits available that remove all the difficulty and anxiety of traditional DNA testing process. They are easy to purchase online from secure website like http://www.ilexmedical.com/products.php?id=193 and others at reasonable cost. Paternity tests use DNA to determine the identity person that can perform at home instead of visiting doctor's clinic or lab. There are various benefits of home testing such as it is cost-effective, private and provide faster results whereas the drawbacks are misunderstanding or misreading the results and misuse of the test.
answered Feb 3, 2015 by EdwinWalton

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