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George Church, a Harvard geneticist renowned for his work on reversing aging, is creating an app that could eliminate human disease for good by matching potential partners based on their DNA compatibility. The app will pair people who have the least amount of risk of creating offspring with illnesses or disabilities. During a recent 60 Minutes broadcast , correspondent Scott Pelley peppered Church with questions about his lab at Harvard, where he and about researchers are attempting to grow whole organs from Church's own cells. The goal, as the geneticist sees it, is to grow organs that will no longer pose a threat of rejection.
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In a crowded field of online dating sites, SingldOut. The site partners with Instant Chemistry , a service that tests DNA for "biological compatibility" in a long-term relationship. Members also take a psychological assessment. The kit arrives with a tube for your saliva. You spit in the tube, mail it to Instant Chemistry and get results in about a week, which are posted on your online dating profile.
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Famous Geneticist’s Dating App Would Match Users Based on DNA

Genetic dating allows you to compare your DNA with a potential partner to determine your genetic compatibility. On purchasing, the provider will send you a testing kit with everything you need to take the sample. Once you get your results you can start testing your compatibility against other people. Where will my potential matches come from?
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Brittany Barreto first got the idea to make a DNA-based dating platform nearly 10 years ago when she was in a college seminar on genetics. She joked that it would be called GeneHarmony. The idea stuck with her while she was getting her PhD in genetics at Baylor College of Medicine, and in March , she launched Pheramor, a dating app that measures compatibility based on physical chemistry and what the company calls "social alignment.
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