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Genetic testing for screening and prevention
Healthy adults with no personal or family history of genetic disease are not protected from cancer or other genetic diseases. It is estimated that approximately 16% of healthy adults have a potentially serious genetic health risk. Genetic testing can help you identify certain genetic risks and to use that information to manage your own health.
Our specialized genetics team can guide you through the process of genetic testing for prevention purposes. It is possible to test more than 140 genes associated with an increased risk of developing various cancers, cardiovascular diseases and genetic diseases. When a variant is identified in one of these genes, targeted screening recommendations could lead to early detection of symptoms and better medical management.
Learn more about genetic diseases
Renal cell cancer
Hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol)
Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency
Ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency
With Genolife, you can count on comprehensive genetic expertise to guide you through your genetic disease testing. Our specialists can counsel you on a variety of factors.
Your personal and family history of disease (cancer, cardiovascular disease or other genetic diseases)
The probability of developing a genetic disease in your lifetime
The different screening test options depending on your profile
The implications of screening tests in your life
Preventive management with your doctor, if necessary