Understand your genes for better health

Knowing more about your family and personal genetics risks can help you make informed decisions about your health.
🔍 Is my condition genetic?

Is your disease genetic?

There are over 5,000 known genetic conditions, affecting 70-80 million people worldwide according to the World Health Organisation (WHO, 2020).

They can be across various disease specialties affecting all organ systems and can be passed on from generation to generation. It is important to receive an early diagnosis to better manage the condition, receive the right therapy, guidance on reproductive decisions, and to understand the risks to your family members.

Do you or a loved one have a health condition and want to know if it’s genetic?

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Does your family history of disease worry you?

Genetic conditions tend to run in families, and show up in mulitple family members, potentially placing you at an increased risk.

This can include disease cathegories such as cancer, cardio, neuro, or other rare diseases. Maybe you already have test results and know the disease causing genetic change.

Understanding your family’s health history and your own risks can help you make informed decisions.

What to do with other genetic test results?

You purchased a wellness, direct-to-consumer genetic test online from providers like 23andme, AncestryDNA, Atlas BioMed but now you don’t know how to interpret the results? What should you do next?

Get valuable insights about your results and learn how to optimise your health.

Note: If you have a family or personal history of a genetic condition and have genetic test results. Click here

Want to be proactive about your health?

Be in charge of your health with genetic testing. Uncover potential risks and take preventive measures.

There are over 96 diseases recommended by the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) for proactive screening.

Which proactive genetic test is best for you? Together, let’s find out.

How do your genes impact family planning decisions?

Everyone is a carrier for at least one genetic condition. If you and your partner happen to be carriers for the same disease, then your child is at an increased risk (<25%) to inherit the condition. Certain genetic conditions can also cause miscarriages and stillbirth(s).

How likely are your children to have genetic diseases? How can you prevent future pregnancy losses?

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