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Double Check Any Medical Test Results Before You Make Life Changing Decisons, DNA Tests Included

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Double Check any Medical Test Results Before You Make Life Changing Decisions, DNA Tests Included.

While we are increasingly dependent on technology for many of our lives decisions, from short term to long term, we should also know this.

As much as it lies in your power, run a double check on any results for medical tests like HIV, DNA paternity or maternity, Diabetes, Genotype, Blood Group, Brain Scans, etc.

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Seek a second if not a third opinion before you consider it confirmed. Machines can make mistakes

These machines are operated by humans who can also makes mistakes in reporting findings. Remember, Sometimes things don't always go as designed or expected.

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Don't let one of those "sometimes" make you a victim of a circumstance you can clear.

Leave room to check properly before making permanent decisions or accepting verdicts.

Time and time again, we have seen the wrong people sent to jail after months and years of court trials under senior Judges and Jury only to be vindicated after some years of a second investigation. This has happened even in the most developed climes, talk more of over here.

It happens with mechanics, examination marks, admission lists, buildings, economic forecasts, engineering projects, airplane pilots, as they all sometimes make wrong judgement despite their sophisticated tools and experience, It can also happen medically.

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So once again, check again, so you don't rush to a wrong verdict that may cost a fortune or even your life and peace and that of others.

And on the other hand, if it is confirmed correct after the other tests, then you know what solutions to seek. After a while, go check again, it is not too much for a life worth living.

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