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DNA SPECTRUM LAUNCHES GROUNDBREAKING DNA STORAGE PRODUCT
Date:10/24/2013

PHOENIX, Oct. 24, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- What is myDNA Safe? myDNA Safe is an affordable secure storage system for DNA that can preserve an individual's entire genome. DNA Spectrum recently released this industry leading and cutting edge DNA storage product, which is positioned to revolutionize the genetic testing industry.

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DNA Spectrum has not only taken an advance approach to storing DNA, it has simplified the process by only requiring a simple cheek-swab. After DNA storage, individuals can view details of their DNA and subscribe.....via their myDNA account online. A customer can store their entire genome for future medical and historical screenings, as well as a wide variety of genetic tests.  If needed, DNA matching in forensic cases is an additional, and incredibly important benefit of DNA storage.  Just last year, 661,593 missing person records were entered into the NCIC, the national crime database. Individuals with a stored sample of DNA can expedite and simplify the process of identification in time-sensitive cases.

An astounding 1,812 Americans were reported missing every day, including both adults and children in 2012. In addition, medical examiners and coroner's offices in the U.S. hold more than 40,000 sets of unidentified remains. To help address this issue in the number of cases, DNA Spectrum has executed a very inexpensive genetic storage process that can potentially help in identifying an individual and matching their respective DNA samples. The storage provides an unparalleled opportunity for private individuals to help law enforcement and other forensic agencies generate a better outcome. If the DNA profiles obtained from the two samples are indistinguishable (they "match"), this can be used as evidence for the court, showing that the samples have a common source. By storing your DNA, it would be easier to obtain a victim's DNA for possible comparisons in confirming a genetic match to the missing person's database.

DNA Spectrum has created an affordable DNA storage service that will significantly change the lives of Americans. Through years of research and design, DNA Spectrum has leveraged cutting-edge technology to meet the discerning demands of genetic testing clients today. In the future, with DNA Spectrum as a partner, individuals will be at the forefront of genetic breakthroughs for generations to come.

For more information about myDNA Safe visit us at http://www.dnaspectrum.com/safe

About DNA Spectrum: DNA Spectrum is a DNA testing company headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. Its specialties are consumer genetics and unlocking the story hidden in your DNA. Its DNA Ancestry tests are priced from $99 to $299. MyDNA Safe DNA Storage plans start as low as $2.00 per month.

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