The autosomal results clearly separate what you inherited from your father, as opposed to what you received from your mother’s side of the family. Due to the difference in race, you should be able to see which side is which. Concentrating on your paternal side, you can see what ancestry he has and if he may have passed on any risks for medical conditions. Any non-African ancestry, or particularly high chances for certain medical conditions, could provide clues as to your paternity, too, since companies test for these things. At the very least, this will allow you to understand your own ancestry and what risks you may have inherited from his side.
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