The Promise of Genomic Medicine

Genomics will shift paradigms in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of many diseases and conditions. In 2003, the human genome was finally sequenced after a decade-long government project costing ~$3 billion. Despite this incredible advance in sequencing capability, the impact of genomics in medicine has taken some time to catch up with our expectations.

While over 50% of the adult population is interested in genetic testing, only 14% have undergone a genetic test.

— News, HealthDay. “Many Americans Curious, But Wary, About Gene Testing.” HealthDay, Consumer Health News | HealthDay, 22 Jan. 2021, consumer.healthday.com/health-technology-information-18/genetics-news-334/many-americans-curious-but-wary-about-gene-testing-738122.html

Our mission is to extend and improve lives by making genomics a foundational part of everyone's health and wellness journey.

Clinically Necessary

A Genetic Test Can Meaningfully Impact Care

Genetic variation is extremely prevalent, even when there is no family or personal health history.

Stratify risk and patient prognosis.

Identify propensity for high-risk cancers in your patients.

Determine which patients should receive earlier cancer screenings or other interventions.

Personalize medical management for patients.