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la fille
Wednesday, August 10, 2011, 2:02am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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what is the difference b/w the secretor test and the lewis test? and where can i get the cheapest one? it's $48 here.
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If you are talking about the one through NAP, that is the one I would go with.  

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Saliva test from NAP involves a Saliva sample.

Lewis testing is a blood test.

Various blood testing programs provide this test. Cost ranges from free to over $100.

Contact whoever you normally use for blood work, if you prefer a blood test.


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but does the lewis test give you  more information than just your secretor status?  so you can just go to a lab and request it? i always get bloodwork done at a doctor's office when they order labs. i don't specifically go anywhere. where can i get it done for free?
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ask your red cross donation center if they can run you a Lewis antigen phenotyping for a fee......we can help you decipher it

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