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‘The Other Ones’ fear DNA testing could bring unwanted results

by Martin Lee and Richard Lee

Direct to consumer genetic testing is an increasingly popular way for people to learn about their ancestry. While it can be a fun and informative option for many people, for people who were adopted, it’s a way to search for biological family especially when birth and adoption documents are not accessible or accurate.

In today’s comic, Diggy asks Gil about his DNA testing. His decision to wait prompts curiosity from Young Hee, who was adopted by a white family as an infant. Diggy has his usual response.






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