Unexpectedly genetically jewish

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Anthropologist Sandra Lee, a senior research scholar at the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics, says that about 40 percent of the people who sign up for genetic tests at personal genomics company 23andMe are interested in learning more about their ancestry. When the tests produce unexpected results, it can blur the boundary between genetic and cultural identity.

Read the full story here: Tapping Into Growing Lure of Hidden Jewish Heritage Online

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