Genetic Heritage and Risk Assessment Management
Anyone of any age, even if you consider yourself healthy.
Those often exposed to high-radiation or a highly polluted environment.
Anyone with an unhealthy lifestyle: a) Smoking, alcohol abuse or bad eating habits; b) Overweight, lack of exercise.
Anyone who is worried about self-carrying cancer genes.
Anyone with a family history of any disease, e.g. heart disease, cancer, genetic disease.
Pregnant women who have had a miscarriage.
- Mygenia® ONE 3000 Hereditary Diseases risk assessment (including cancer, cardiac risks, early death, intellectual development and dementia)
- Wellness-PRO Gene Test 27 Items
- Report Consultation by certified genetic counsellor
- Genetic disease risk follow-up (if positive)
- 190+ Cancer-related diseases assessment
- 500+ Developmental disability-related diseases assessment
- 180+ Mental disability-related diseases assessment
- 30+ Gender development disorder-related diseases assessment
- 20+ Heart-related disease assessment
- 170+ Premature death risk-related diseases assessment
- 30+ Metabolic disorder-related diseases assessment
How DNA helps family planning?
Understand the past and the future
Knowing what has been inherited and what might be passed on to the next generation helps with family planning.
Understand if babies could be at risk of disease
It’s useful for couples to know their genetic status and to detect any genetic diseases at an early stage in order to assess whether their babies could be at risk of disease or critical illness.
Take the necessary precautions
This helps couples to stay one step ahead and to take the necessary precautions to keep risk to a minimum.