DNA Quest by MyHeritage goes global for adoptees

This is an update from MyHeritage:

“DNA Quest is our pro bono initiative to reunite adopted people with their biological family members. We are providing 15,000 MyHeritage DNA kits, worth more than one million dollars, for free, to eligible participants. DNA Quest has just been expanded globally so that now anyone from any country can apply. Applications can be submitted until April 30th, 2018 on www.dnaquest.org. If this is applicable to you, apply today, otherwise please help spread the word.”

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One thought on “DNA Quest by MyHeritage goes global for adoptees

  1. A beautiful and kind gesture! Bravo!

    Coincidentally here’s an FYI: April 25th is National DNA Day, celebrates the 15th anniversary of the completion of the Human Genome Project. More info at https://www.genome.gov

    Truly fascinating!

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