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Gene testing is foolproof since it scans the building blocks of humans.

Alexa Spicer

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Jennifer Patterson on December 4, 2018

I'm not sure if this is true or false statement, but if it is, I think the answer would be false. Few things are foolproof, and there are a couple of setbacks for genetic testing, so is not infallible. In most cases of genetic testing, there is no way to measure the accuracy of the test. In addition, the privacy of genetic testing may not actually be as private as you would like to believe. Finally, some genetic tests, including the disease-prediction tests, give you the results that you can act; you can always take precautions of a general nature, but a genetic test will not tell you how to avoid getting a disease. I hope this helps.

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