What can someone do with your blood?

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I recently found out that a woman whom worked at a Drs office in town as a nurse in all actuality was not a nurse. She was also my father Wayne Gerard Molaison's  live in girlfriend. She worked for a short period of time, and in this time she had taken my blood. I was wondering if she could have possibly used it to do a DNA test or possibly something else? Idk....maybe it's a weird question,but with everything I've been through in the pass couple of years....it really doesn't seem that far fetched to me at all.
in The Tree House by Megan Molaison G2G1 (1.7k points)
Thanks for sharing this interesting story!

1 Answer

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Technically, she could have DNA or other tests done with your blood.  But unless she has a very good friend in the testing lab she would have to pay for it.  As I understand it, DNA testing a blood sample is not the same as your basic Ancestry spit test, and costs a lot more.  Hope that helps!
by Herbert Tardy G2G6 Pilot (639k points)
Thank you for your answer.

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