The Hereditary Cancer Gene Panel identifies a patient’s susceptibility to certain types of cancers. This helps the patient’s Primary Physician be proactive in recommending appropriate ways the patient can address the risks identified by the Hereditary Cancer Gene Panel.
The carrier screening is a type of genetic testing that is used to determine if a person is a carrier for a specific autosomal recessive diseases. This kind of testing is used most often by couples who are considering becoming pregnant to determine the risks of their child inheriting a genetic disorders.
Pharmacogenomics screening eliminates guesswork by identifying harmful medications, and by determining the effectiveness and recommended dosage of medications before the prescription is written.
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