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December 03, 2013

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I think the plaintiff(s) or her lawyer should file for a patent for a method of keeping the price of diagnostic testing high while lining one's own pocket.

The government and the trial lawyers. I feel secure knowing that these folks are looking out for me. Why let a good thing like free-range genetic testing take root?

In the meantime, until that wonderful day arrives, I've just ordered some tests from the company.

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