Uploading DNA to a page [closed]

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I just set up a page for my brother-in-law's ancestor, Courtland McCollum-1444. Is there a way I can upload his DNA results to that page for him?
WikiTree profile: Courtland McCollum
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in WikiTree Help by Carolyn Vosburg G2G6 (6.0k points)
closed by Robin Lee

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No, Carolyn, I'm sorry but you can't.

You can't upload a DNA raw data file here.  What you can do is to enter YOUR OWN DNA results on YOUR OWN profile.  I emphasize the "your own" because WikiTree's policy - for privacy protection purposes - is that you are not permitted to enter any DNA information for any living person other than yourself.  

Most deceased persons never took a DNA test, since they're so recent, so it is not likely that any of them have DNA results that could be entered.  If your brother-in-law's ancestor is one of these rare exceptions and you know the place where the test was done and his kit number there, then I recommend that you write to info @ wikitree.com (without spaces) and ask them about entering it.
by Gaile Connolly G2G6 Pilot (924k points)
selected by Pip Sheppard

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