- “What are the different types of genetic testing that Invitae offers?”
- “What is a variant of uncertain significance (VUS)?”
- “What does it mean if I’m a carrier? Does my partner need to be tested?”
- “What does autosomal recessive inheritance mean?”
*Offered in the US, Canada, and Puerto Rico only. In other countries, your doctor can consult with an Invitae genetic counselor to obtain additional information about your test result. Invitae also offers genetic counseling for ophthalmology patients tested through the ID YOUR IRD program. The Invitae Consent for Genetic Counseling and Telehealth can be found here.
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Your family medical history provides powerful insights into your risk of developing certain diseases.
Talking with your relatives about the diseases that are present in your family is very important, but some people are unsure about which family members to talk with, and what information to ask.