You’ve taken an at-home DNA Test.
Should you use the results for medical decisions?
Introducing our One-Stop Solution
for DNA test result verification
Confirm your Consumer DNA test results through medical-grade testing. It’s FREE^ if you qualify.
^Free subscription to My Gene Counsel and 30-minute phone genetic counseling session. Medical-grade testing fees may be covered based on your situation.
You’ve done your Consumer DNA Test. If you or someone in your family has a history of cancer, sign up now to verify your results in a medical-grade lab.
OUR ONE-STOP SOLUTION
Why You Need to Sign Up
You or someone in your
family has had cancer.
You took the test because you were worried it may be genetic.
You have questions and you want answers.
You ordered a DNA test kit but don’t have answers you need.
You want to make medical decisions based on your test.
You tried to talk to your doctor after getting your results and you didn’t get far.
HOW IT WORKS
Get Started With 1-2-3
Enter your test results and get a personalized Living Lab Report® that answers your immediate questions.
Talk to a certified genetic counselor to see if you need further testing.
“I was so confused.
I didn’t know what to do next.”
Difference Between a Consumer DNA Test and a Medical-Grade Test?
CONSUMER DNA TESTING
MEDICAL-GRADE DNA TESTING
A genetic test sold directly to the consumer without the help of a health care professional
A genetic test ordered by a health care provider for their patient
For general curiosity
Diagnosis prevention treatment
Customer purchases test kit online or in store, collects DNA sample through spit or cheek swab, mails sample as directed by the company, and receives results from secure website
Health care provider determines which test is needed, orders test from a lab, collects DNA sample, sends it to the lab, and provides results to the patient
Typically NOT covered by insurance
Typically covered by insurance, if criteria are met
Looks at common markers for disease to determine one's risk, which doesn't yield a yes/no answer
Thoroughly studies entire DNA sequence of genes to accurately determine risk
NOT intended for medical use
Intended for medical management and clinical use
Findings generally not confirmed, which can lead to false positives/negatives
Findings confirmed to reduce false positives/negatives
Customer responsible for next steps and research
Professionals available to help guide next steps
Doesn't look at meaning of results within context of individual and familial risk factors
Health care provider or genetic counselor will look at results within context of other risk factors
A Few Questions
People Frequently Ask
Tandy-Connor S, Guiltinan J, Krempely K, et al. False-positive results released by direct-to-consumer genetic tests highlight the importance of clinical confirmation testing for appropriate patient care. Genetics in Medicine. 2018;20(12):1515-1521. doi:10.1038/gim.2018.38.
FIRST EVER ONE-STOP SOLUTION
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FREE PERSONALIZED REPORT AND GENETIC COUNSELING
Qualified* customers get access to our program, which includes a FREE personalized Living Lab Report from
My Gene Counsel and a genetic counseling appointment.
If needed, medical-grade testing will be provided by
REGISTER BY 4/30
*If you qualify for our solution, you will receive a free premium subscription for My Gene Counsel that includes our Living Lab Reports, which walk you through your test results. You will also receive a free 30-minute phone session with a certified genetic counselor. During this session, we will review your consumer DNA test results, your personal/family history of cancer, and discuss the risks/benefits of further medical-grade genetic testing, if needed.
If you are interested in further testing, an independent licensed physician will review your history, order the appropriate test, and a kit will be sent to you. You will be charged $50 for that independent review, which is reimbursable through your Flexible Spending Account, Health Savings Account or possibly your insurance provider. Your medical-grade genetic test may be fully covered by your insurance provider, based on your personal/family history. This will all be discussed with you before any testing is ordered.