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Rare Disease Day is observed on February 28 and is a globally-coordinated movement on rare diseases, working towards equity in social opportunity, healthcare and access to diagnosis and therapies for people living with a rare disease.1
Are you an expecting or future parent?
“We know that by sharing our genetic results, we were able to help guide genetic screening options for at least one relative undergoing a fertility journey.” – Andrea Pirages, MS, Board-Certified Genetic Counselor
Rare disease advocate and Founder of Remember the Girls, Taylor Kane, shares her family's history with Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) and how knowing her carrier status has helped her feel prepared for the future.
In this podcast, Ashley Pantier shares her journey with SMA and how the results of the Foresight Carrier Screen enabled her to get faster access to recently developed treatment for her two children.
Foresight Patient Story
"The screening helped us develop a plan of action to get our child what he needed”- Ashley Pantier, Mother and SMA carrier
February 28, 2023
Today is Rare Disease Day, which is celebrated on February 29th (the rarest of days), or on February 28th when it’s not a leap year. It’s a day to raise awareness about rare diseases…
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Meet the Pantier family and learn more about their SMA journey.
Help patients of every background and BMI manage their pregnancies with screenings that offer the industry’s lowest failure rate.3
Through our Foresight® Carrier Screen and Prequel® Prenatal Screen, Myriad can help you create a roadmap for your patients’ family and pregnancy planning. Understanding their risk of passing an inherited condition to their baby or if their baby may be affected by a genetic condition is the first step.
Foresight® Carrier Screen detects a couple’s risk of passing down serious, inheritable health conditions to their child to guide informed planning and preparation.
Designed for everyone regardless of ancestry and BMI or ability to pay, the Prequel® Prenatal Screen can determine if a pregnancy is at an increased risk for a wide variety of chromosomal conditions as early as 10 weeks.