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How DNA testing is upending who we are.
This is a unique moment in which we all have an opportunity to think about the relationships that give us strength.
How did the lives of the dead become a national fascination?
Several factors influence how people respond to DNA revelations, and how much openness and desire for reunion they bring to newly discovered kin.
With over 30 million people in genetic databases, DNA testing is transforming countless private lives, even for those who've never tested.
The past can feel abstract. But genealogy makes people from the past real, relatable, and not so different from us. This means we can learn much from them.
Libby Copeland is the author of The Lost Family: How DNA Testing is Upending Who We Are.