Heart health DNA screening Heart health DNA screening

Get to the heart of your heart health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death of women in the United States – but by understanding what's in your genes, you can take action that may help lower your risk.

Get to the heart of your heart health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death of women in the United States - but by understanding what's in your genes, you can take action that may help lower your risk.

Heart health DNA screenings from Invitae

There’s more to the story than diet and exercise

Lifestyle isn’t the only factor in your heart health. Genes play a major role, too. In fact, 20% of early heart attacks are caused by hereditary high cholesterol. Take action – and get a better understanding of your heart health – with a genetic heart screen.

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A test you can trust

Clinicians have relied on Invitae for more than one million genetic tests across test types. Now you can take our medical-quality heart screen right from home. 

Each test includes:

  • A saliva collection kit delivered straight to your door
  • Comprehensive analysis of more than 70 genes linked to cardiovascular conditions

Find the right test for you

Cardio Screen This test looks at 77 genes to assess your risk of developing an inherited form of heart disease such as arrhythmias, cardiomyopathies, forms of high blood pressure and cholesterol, and more.

Genetic Health Screen Get even more insight with our Genetic Health Screen, which looks at all 77 genes included in the Cardio Screen, as well as over 60 additional genes associated with cancer and other inherited conditions.

DNA test results explained

Supporting you is in our DNA

Once you receive your results, we make them easy to understand. Our genetic experts are on hand to answer your questions and help you plan next steps via a phone consultation.

Real Results

Real results

Unlike a lot of home genetic tests out there, the Invitae Cardio Screen is medical quality, which means you can bring your results to your doctor and use them to make health decisions.