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    We provide comprehensive DNA testing services in four areas: paternity and family relationships; lifestyle testing including ancestry, health and wellness, veterinary, and forensics testing. For over 20 years, we have been empowering our clients with life-changing information. DDC was founded by Dr. Richard Lee on the belief that the technological advancements in DNA testing should translate into services that are accessible and affordable to everyone.

    Today, hospitals and clinics, government agencies, the legal community and law enforcement, and consumers from all over the world trust the results from our high quality DNA tests. What makes us different? Three things: Our people, Our processes, and Our passion for helping others. It starts with our client service team that is staffed with highly trained, knowledgeable, and caring professionals.

    Our Processes: To be an industry leader in genetic testing for over 20 years requires continuous improvement. DDC was the first to adopt robotics technology in its laboratory ensuring highly stringent and efficient handling of DNA samples. Uncompromising attention to detail and a relentless pursuit of the best processes has earned DDC the reputation as one of the most trusted labs in the world. The results from our DNA testing services change lives for the better.

    Paternity Testing DNA paternity testing determines the biological father of a child. We all inherit our DNA from our biological parents — half from our mother and half from our father. Paternity questions during pregnancy can be stressful. Maternity Testing Maternity DNA testing determines whether the woman tested is the biological mother of the child tested.

    Children inherit half their DNA from their father, and half from their mother. This test determines whether two individuals share one or both parents. If your goal is to establish paternity, and the father is not available for testing, we first recommend a Grandparent DNA Test.

    Grandparent DNA Test If you are trying to confirm if a person is your grandparent or establish paternity, but the father is not available for testing, a Grandparent DNA Test might be right for you.

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    August 26, at pm Hi Nancy. I had never even heard of a prenatal paternity test until the ex asked if it was possible to determine paternity during pregnancy. So I did a bit of quick research and found info on CVS and amniocentesis..

    Then I found a link for DDC and their non-invasive prenatal paternity test. I read about the science behind it and called and talked to a DDC rep. The ex was extremely anxious and was dying to know who the father was… so was I. We had a sonogram done that confirmed that she was exactly 9 weeks pregnant, and we had DDC send a kit to a local clinic so that we could give our samples 5 days later.

    The clinic took two vials of blood from her, and one from me. I called the rep that morning to ask if we would have our results as promised, and she told me that I should be able to log on and see it. She stayed on the phone with me, and I looked at the results, saw the graph, and read the statement below the graph..

    Personally, I want the test results in my situation to be wrong! Realistically the results are most likely correct. At this time we are 80 days from her due date, so I have to wait until he is here for us to know beyond all doubt. She thinks she can tell just by looking at the baby. She is Italian, I am black, and the other douchebag is Hispanic.

    In hindsight, I would have waited until the baby was born to have a DNA test done. If you read this board from the very beginning, some people claim to have gotten accurate results… some claim that their results were totally wrong! It my opinion, it is a coin flip! Nancy August 27, at am have u talked to ur gf about dates.

    Ty September 5, at pm Hi Nancy. I do want them to be wrong in my case, though, because I do want to be the dad.

    ‘Not the Father’: Baltimore Man Says DNA Kit Got It Wrong

    I had never even heard of a prenatal paternity test until the ex asked if it was possible to determine paternity during pregnancy. So I did a bit of quick research and found info on CVS and amniocentesis.

    Prenatal Paternity Test

    Then I found a link for DDC and their non-invasive prenatal paternity test. I read about the science behind it and called and talked to a DDC rep. The ex was extremely anxious and was dying to know who the father was… so was I. We had a sonogram done that confirmed that she was exactly 9 weeks pregnant, and we had DDC send a kit to a local clinic so that we could give our samples 5 days later. The clinic took two vials of blood from her, and one from me.

    Pros and Cons of a Prenatal Paternity Test

    I called the rep that morning to ask if we would have our results as promised, and she told me that I should be able to log on and see it. She stayed on the phone with me, and I looked at the results, saw the graph, and read the statement below the graph. Personally, I want the test results in my situation to be wrong! Today, hospitals and clinics, government agencies, the legal community and law enforcement, and consumers from all over the world trust the results from our high quality DNA tests.

    What makes us different? Three things: Our people, Our processes, and Our passion for helping others. It starts with our client service team that is staffed with highly trained, knowledgeable, and caring professionals. Our Processes: To be an industry leader in genetic testing for over 20 years requires continuous improvement. DDC was the first to adopt robotics technology in its laboratory ensuring highly stringent and efficient handling of DNA samples.

    Uncompromising attention to detail and a relentless pursuit of the best processes has earned DDC the reputation as one of the most trusted labs in the world. The results from our DNA testing services change lives for the better. Paternity Testing DNA paternity testing determines the biological father of a child. We all inherit our DNA from our biological parents — half from our mother and half from our father.


    Ddc prenatal paternity test