In the past few months, many people have gotten on the "EIC DNA Test" bandwagon suggesting it is super accurate. Perhaps it is, perhaps it is not. Only time will tell. However, there are plenty of people who would like to think that the "detractors" or "doubters" of the accuracy of the test are just "people with their head in the sand" or "deliberate avoiders" of this condition.
I can tell you that the initial test of the PRA test, people believed it was super accurate. Then it was yanked and another test replaced it sometime later.
I was notified in Jan that a puppy that I bred, had turned up a carrier for CNM. Very weird, seeing as both of her parents had been DNA'd and both had come up clear as carriers.
Upon the retest of the parents, one of them turned up a carrier.
I was told that the initial tests were not as sensitive as the one they are currently using (etc etc) although they believe the test to be very very accurate.
My point by this post is that, with a test that has been on the market for 2 1/2 years and had more years of research behind it than the current EIC test, it is still not 100%.