Genetic Test Results Back?

It’s Time For My Gene Counsel.

Genetic testing can be lifesaving, but it must come with all the facts – which are changing all the time. We’ve created the Living Lab Report® which allows you to stay plugged into what’s happening in the genetic world.

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New research results are reported every day which could change your medical planning.

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Why you need your Living Lab Report®

Misinterpretation of your test results can be harmful.

You could make wrong diagnoses, get surgeries you don’t need, miss ways to prevent diseases. Check your Living Lab Report® before making decisions. 

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Research changes all the time which could affect your plan.

How you should be treated by your doctor could change 1-2x a year. As research changes, your medical plan should change too. We stay on top of the science so you don’t have to.

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Most physicians are not genetics experts.

85% of physicians say they’re uncomfortable answering questions about genetics. We’re genetics experts with decades of experience and we’re here for you.

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We make your Genetics easier to understand

Understanding your genetic test results is important for you and your family members.

We have the personalized information you need to:

  • Stay ahead of your health

  • Know if you have hereditary diseases to be concerned about

  • Prevent or delay the onset of illness

  • Understand your options so you can plan for the future

  • Guide your family members through genetic testing, so they can manage their health

TESTIMONIALS

"It Fills A Big Gap!"

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"You covered every. single. point. All in one place. This is a resource I’ll bring with me to all my doctor appointments to help me have an informed conversation."

- Shannon Pulaski, Author of Mom's Genes

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"The genetics field is constantly changing. This will keep people who had testing 1 year, 5 years, or 15 years ago up-to-date and fill a huge informational and communication gap in the field."

- Michelle, Genetic Counselor

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"My Gene Counsel has created an exceptionally useful digital tool for all of us with Lynch syndrome. I believe it will be the greatest tool in one's arsenal, whether they are previvor or cancer survivor."

- Georgia Hurst, Patient

NOTIFICATIONS

We keep you up-to-date for years to come.

  • When your genetic variants are reclassified

    Hundreds of variants are reclassified every year

  • When clinical information updates

    medical management recommendations may change multiple times per year

  • When public policy and legislative proposals impact you

    HAPPENING MORE AND MORE THESE DAYS

  • When clinical trial opportunities become available

    over 100 trials related to genetics launched every year

  • And more to come

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Genetic Journal

Genetic Counseling Toolkit for Students

Interesting in becoming a genetic counselor? Not sure where to start? We have you covered! Check out the resources below to learn more about the field and prepare for applications. Considering A Career In Genetic Counseling: What To Know, Read and Listen To Basics of Genetic Counseling Considering Genetic Counseling As A Career? Is A…
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Faces of Genetic Counseling: Diane Koeller, Advocating for the Transgender Community

In the blog series, “Faces of Genetic Counseling”, we highlight genetic counselors who come from diverse backgrounds and serve as representatives and advocates within their field. For our first installment we had the opportunity of speaking with Diane Koeller, MS, MPH, LCGC a genetic counselor at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston who works closely…
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Launch “Faces of Genetic Counseling” Series

Dear Colleagues, I left that National Society of Genetic Counselors national meeting last Fall with one central thought about the future of Genetic Counseling:  We must diversify. For many years the majority of genetic counselors have been young, white females who identify as straight – or at least,that is the broad perception.  We all realize now that…
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