Genequest, a DNA testing spin-out of the University of Tokyo, is about to open its doors to the general public.

For a fee of $493, customers will be able to submit saliva swabs for DNA testing, with an eye to identify genetic risks, such as the likelihood of cancer, diabetes, or other diseases. The tests will also be able to identify markers for conditions such as male pattern baldness, and results will be returned to the customer within a month…

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