Your DNA may help answer your health questions

Finding answers to you or your loved one’s biggest health concerns can be a complicated web. But a lot of the time, understanding what’s in your genes can make a difference.

Whether that means finally having a diagnosis or zeroing in on the right treatment plan, we want to help you get there.

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A powerful tool to improve health

In many cases, knowing your genes can help:
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Find a medical diagnosis for unexplained symptoms

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Confirm a suspected disease

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Discover new or better treatment options (and avoid unnecessary ones)

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Identify family members who may also be at risk

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More than a dozen major medical societies recommend genetic testing as a way of diagnosing a health condition or finding the right treatment.*

How testing works

We know you’re getting a lot of tests right now. Our genetic tests can be started from the comfort of your home with a simple saliva sample.
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Request a test online via a telehealth clinician or work with your doctor.
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Provide a saliva sample from the comfort of your home and ship it to our lab.
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Get your results and share them with your doctor. If you'd like, talk to a genetic counselor at no extra cost.

* Including the American Academy of Neurology, American Epilepsy Society, Child Neurology Society, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association, Heart Failure Society of America, Heart Rhythm Society, National Comprehensive Cancer Network, American Society of Breast Surgeons, American College of Medical Genetics, National Society of Genetic Counselors, and American Society of Human Genetics.