TRACING A HEALTH HISTORY: Janice Mc Kay, president of the Genealogy Society of Greater Miami, takes notes during a lecture by Derek Dykxhoorn, Ph.D., a leading DNA and chromosome researcher at the University of Miami medical school. He spoke in Pinecrest on Oct. 11 on the importance of tracing your family history for health reasons.
TRACING A HEALTH HISTORY: Janice Mc Kay, president of the Genealogy Society of Greater Miami, takes notes during a lecture by Derek Dykxhoorn, Ph.D., a leading DNA and chromosome researcher at the University of Miami medical school. He spoke in Pinecrest on Oct. 11 on the importance of tracing your family history for health reasons. Jeffrey Pierre MIAMI HERALD STAFF
TRACING A HEALTH HISTORY: Janice Mc Kay, president of the Genealogy Society of Greater Miami, takes notes during a lecture by Derek Dykxhoorn, Ph.D., a leading DNA and chromosome researcher at the University of Miami medical school. He spoke in Pinecrest on Oct. 11 on the importance of tracing your family history for health reasons. Jeffrey Pierre MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Unlocking family health history through genealogy

October 21, 2014 11:57 AM

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