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SHARE YOUR STORY: What did your DNA test say about your heritage?

According to Ancestry.com ads, people have been surprised by what their DNA test revealed about their ethnic background. Have you sent in a saliva sample to that or another database to learn more about your family tree? Surprised by the results? ...

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 According to Ancestry.com ads, people have been surprised by what their DNA test revealed about their ethnic background. Have you sent in a saliva sample to that or another database to learn more about your family tree? Surprised by the results? If you've gone through this process, we'd like to hear from you. Send an email to  pknudson@gfherald.com  and tell us what you found out. You may be part of an upcoming article in the Grand Forks Herald.  

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