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Thank you for your interest in the Genographic Project. By purchasing a Genographic Project Public Participation Kit, you are about to take the first step in participating in this groundbreaking project. This policy is meant to explain the terms and conditions applicable to the purchase of the Genographic Project Public Participation Kit and to participation in the Genographic Project, as well as an explanation of how the personal information provided by you will be used by National Geographic.
Throughout this document, the term National Geographic refers to National Geographic, its affiliates, agents, contractors and its licensees. Mail, UPS or other courier service. The Kit will provide detailed instructions on collecting a sample of cells from inside your cheek and returning the sample to us so that we can do the DNA analysis to provide you with your own genetic migratory profile.
Please read the instructions provided carefully. The kit contains a password for access to the Genographic Project participant web page. To protect your privacy, National Geographic does not associate any personally identifiable information about you with this randomly assigned password, and if you lose this password we cannot recover it for you or provide you with any other means of accessing the results of your participation.
Once you have followed the instructions and collected your sample, you must return the sample to National Geographic. By returning the sample, you are consenting to have your DNA sample tested to determine what migratory routes your deep ancestors followed and to which branch of the Phylogenetic tree you belong. National Geographic will analyze your DNA to determine what migratory routes your deep ancestors followed and to which branch of the Phylogenetic tree you belong. What personal information does National Geographic require so that I may participate in the Genographic Project, and how will that information be used?
National Geographic only requires personal information necessary to complete the credit card transaction and supply you with the Genographic Project Public Participation Kit. During your online order processing, National Geographic will ask for your name, address, credit card information, phone number, and e-mail address. This information will be used to process your order and will assist us in getting back in touch with you regarding your order. When you provide the DNA sample to the Genographic Project, it will be identified by the Genographic Project password provided to you in the kit.
The DNA analysis conducted by National Geographic is specific to determining what migratory routes your deep ancestors followed and to which branch of the Phylogenetic tree you belong and in no way relates to analyzing your health, health status or any inherited health conditions. Are children under the age of 18 permitted to participate in the Genographic Project? You must be 18 years or older to submit a cheek-swab sample, create a Genographic account, or purchase the Product. Description of National Geographic Geno 2. Thank you for your interest in the National Geographic Genographic Project.
We offer the public the chance to join the project by buying the Geno 2. When you buy the Product, you can learn about your own unique ancestry. The project is carried out in partnership with National Geographic Partners, LLC, whose activities include managing the sale of the Geno 2. When you purchase the Geno 2. We will use this Genographic Genetic Information to produce your Geno 2.
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Please also review the information provided in the FAQs posted on genographic. The Geno 2. Those details are the story of your ancestors at least years ago — and often even further. The Genographic Project is not a genealogy testing service, meaning it does not tell you details about recent generations or your close relatives.
We intend for the Geno 2. By using the product you will:. There are some risks associated with using the Geno 2. There is a risk that you could learn something about yourself that you did not want to know. This could include finding out that your relatives are not related to you by blood. Since Genetic Information is inherited, these learnings could also impact your family. We take a number of commercially reasonable administrative, technical, personnel and physical steps to safeguard information in our possession from loss, theft and unauthorized use, disclosure or modification.
Account Registration is required. Results will be available online at genographic. To use the Geno 2. A unique kit identification number printed inside your DNA collection kit is required to create an account. If you lose the kit ID number prior to registering at helix. Your results will only be available online. You must have Internet access to view the results. They will not be mailed to you. Please print or copy your results when you access them online.
National Geographic has the right to modify the Product or the Genographic website without notice. You must be 18 years or older to submit a saliva sample, create a Helix account or purchase the Product. The results are not intended for diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. No medical action should be based on information provided by the Product. Mark A. Shel Silverstein. Mary Pope Osborne. Eoin Colfer. Louis Sachar. Jim Benton. Astrid Lindgren. Harper Lee. Brooke Burgess Goodreads Author.
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