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Throughout our lives, genes can provide individualized insights to help patients and their providers better detect, treat and prevent diseases.
Genetic screening and testing can help detect powerful information to inform healthcare decisions and improve patient outcomes. Whether you’re planning the healthiest pregnancy possible or want to understand your risk of developing certain cancers, genes can be your guide.
Genetic testing allows patients and their providers to better understand certain cancers, so they know how to best treat them. By unlocking targeted therapies, advanced treatment options and clinical trials, genetic information can help create clarity amid the complexity of cancer treatment decisions.
Genetic insights today mean smarter healthcare decisions tomorrow. Understanding the hereditary risk of cancer or a cancer’s aggressiveness can help prevent the onset or progression of disease, creating better outcomes and more peace of mind.
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Our tests help patients and providers uncover genetic insights in these five health areas.
Gain a clearer understanding of your chances of developing hereditary cancer.
Gain clarity to help guide cancer treatment decisions and determine risk of developing secondary cancers.
Get early insights with noninvasive prenatal and carrier screenings.
Understand the full picture of prostate cancer progression.
Learn how an individual’s genetics may impact how they metabolize or respond to certain medications.
For more than 30 years, we’ve partnered with the healthcare community to advance the science of genetic testing and precision medicine. And we’re working diligently every day to push what’s possible for the millions of people who test with our products.
Every day is an opportunity to expand genetic testing to reach every person – to improve lives. Increasing health equity and designing more accessible tests are actions we take in support of our mission to advance health and well-being for all.
We place a strong emphasis on results that our patients and providers can easily understand. Because what good are genetic insights if they’re difficult to interpret? Our reporting connects the dots between raw information and course of action. Because better answers lead to better outcomes.
I lost my mom at a young age to breast cancer. My mom was diagnosed at 43 and died at 45 – I had just turned 24 several months before.
So, I always had a fear of breast cancer. I saw my mom go t...
Identifies risk of developing 11 hereditary cancers
Identifies risk of breast cancer recurrence to inform treatment strategies
Identifies BRCA1/2 mutations to inform treatment strategies
Identifies HRD status to inform treatment strategies
Identifies prostate cancer aggressiveness to inform treatment strategies
Identifies at-risk couples for a pregnancy affected by inherited conditions
Identifies risk of chromosomal conditions for expectant parents
Identifies fetal sex as early as six weeks into pregnancy
Identifies how genes affect outcomes with certain mental health medications