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23ANDME VS. ANCESTRYDNA WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

AncestryDNA and 23andMe are the world’s most popular DNA tests. Combined, the companies have tested the DNA of more than 15 million people, according to the International Society of Genetic Genealogy.

They also both cost $99, unless you elect for 23andMe’s $199 Ancestry + Health service to get info on potential health risks and genetic traits in addition to ancestry. So what’s the difference? We took both tests to find out. You can read and , but below we break down the primary differences between the two kits.

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