Danny Yeung, founder of CircleDNA, cut out beef from his diet after learning he has an increased risk for colon cancer due to a gene mutation. Photo: Handout Danny Yeung, founder of CircleDNA, cut out beef from his diet after learning he has an increased risk for colon cancer due to a gene mutation. Photo: Handout
Danny Yeung, founder of CircleDNA, cut out beef from his diet after learning he has an increased risk for colon cancer due to a gene mutation. Photo: Handout
XXIV 2020

Amid Covid-19, DNA tests are more popular than ever – here’s how knowing your genetic background can help you lead a healthier life

CircleDNA – a Hong Kong-based global mail order DNA testing service – has seen an uptick in interest with health-conscious customers eager to discover inherited genetic risks and learn how to live the right way for years to come

Topic |   XXIV 2020
Danny Yeung, founder of CircleDNA, cut out beef from his diet after learning he has an increased risk for colon cancer due to a gene mutation. Photo: Handout Danny Yeung, founder of CircleDNA, cut out beef from his diet after learning he has an increased risk for colon cancer due to a gene mutation. Photo: Handout
Danny Yeung, founder of CircleDNA, cut out beef from his diet after learning he has an increased risk for colon cancer due to a gene mutation. Photo: Handout
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