26 September 2011

DNA Testing Guide


Richard Hill has created a free guide to DNA testing. As he says on his website:

“Before you dive into the details of this web site, I suggest you download my free Guide.

I describe and compare the major DNA test types. Then I explain their purposes, strengths and limitations in a unique table that you will not find anywhere else.

This Guide provides the high level overview you need to put the various DNA tests in perspective.

Just click the title below to reach the download page.

Besides the mentioned guide, there are many many pages of useful information on the website with regards to various aspects of DNA testing.


Editor’s Note: you will need to provide an email address and then confirm that e-mail address.  Once you have done that, you will see this confirmation page.



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