Genetic information can transform healthcare for all
Through personalised risk assessments and access to genetic expertise, GeneLinx guides individuals through their genetic journey so that every individual can make informed health decisions.
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The 2022-2023 program is funded by the European Union as part of the response to the Covid-19 pandemic
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Support from our certified genetic experts
We offer greater insights into individuals’ genetic information
This information is key to understanding if there is a risk for disease and how it is inherited. It is reviewed prior to the consultation by our experts.
The information provided is used to calculate and determine the risks of developing a condition or carrying a genetic change.
During a virtual visit, our genetic experts will discuss the basis of genetic disease, review personalised risks and answer any questions.
Based on the assessment, our experts will determine if a test is indicated and if so, suggest the most appropriate genetic testing options with clear clinical benefits.
If testing is requested, our experts will review the results, their importance and implications for the individual and their family members.
Based on the results and current guidelines, the next steps are discussed. A personalised management plan is shared with the individual to review with their physician.
Genetics care made easy
Schedule appointment online and pay
Complete questionnaire for risk assessment
Attend online consultation with genetic expert
Receive personalised plan with clear next steps
We offer support in the following areas
Individuals with a personal or family history of cancer can benefit immensely from genetic counselling as it can help guide management and understand their personal risks.
Individuals and couples considering a pregnancy can learn their specific risks of having a child with a genetic disease and the reproductive options available to them.
Individuals without a family history of disease, interested in preventive health, can also benefit from guidance on testing and mitigation of their disease risks.