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  1. Luke

    23andMe and Impute.me

    I sent off my DNA (saliva) to 23andMe for analysis a few years ago, and I uploaded my genome to Impute.me a week ago. If it's of any interest, here's my ID: id_6JE54R352 https://www.impute.me/AllDiseases/ It calculates your genetic risk score for things like ASD, lung cancer etc, and I thought it was interesting that my genetic risk score for autism is 99% higher than the general population. I mean, autism is genetic and it's not too surprising that my genetic risk score is high, but still kinda interesting. I think a grain of salt needs to be taken with some of it, but I'm surprised by how much it got right. For example, my uncle has hodgkin's lymphoma (cancer), and my genetic risk score for it is 88% higher than the general population.
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