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From: Judith Harper <>
Subject: Re: [ABERDEEN] Genetics - sample posting
Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2008 04:09:21 +1300
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My nephew here in New Zealand recently did a DNA test for the Harper DNA
project. His sample was posted off to the USA in the normal way and
received by the lab to their satisfaction 8 -9 days later. Its now in
process and we await news.

The posting of the sample was no different to posting anything else.

Regards

Judith Harper
Nelson, NZ



Louise Park wrote:
> As far as I understand, samples can just be sent through the mail -
> they'll send you all you need to do this safely. I do note some of the
> testimonials on the site come from the USA, Australia and New Zealand,
> so they obviously have no problem with distance, though different postal
> systems and customs regulations might apply overseas of course - the lab
> will be familiar with these and no doubt give you all the information
> you need to comply with these.
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> Louise
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