Empowering Patients to Make Informed Healthcare Decisions based on Their Hereditary Genetic Makeup

The Significance of Genetic Awareness in Healthcare

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Understanding one's genetic makeup is crucial for making informed healthcare choices and managing predisposed diseases. The loss of a loved one due to conditions like cancer or cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attacks or strokes, serves as a marker for exploring personal genetics. A patient's genetic hereditary makeup can unveil healthcare challenges, enabling clinical providers to intervene before these issues become life-threatening.

Genetic Test Panels

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Hereditary Cancer (CGX):

Understanding Hereditary Risks

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Cardiovascular Disease (CardioGX):

Genetic Aspects of Heart Conditions

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Pharmacogenetics (PGX):

The Power of Knowledge

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Parkinson's-Alzheimer's-Dementia (PAD):

Managing Results

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Proactive Care

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Genetic Counseling:

Taking Preventative Action

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Understanding Immunodeficiency & Autoimmune Diseases

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Hereditary Molecular Genetics

Hereditary molecular genetics investigates the genetic factors passed through generations, enabling personalized healthcare decisions by identifying inherited traits and potential health risks. It plays a key role in precision medicine, promoting proactive health management and early detection of hereditary conditions.

Knowledge Is Power

Genetic testing embodies proactive precision medicine. The human genome serves as the intricate manual containing all the instructions that shape the human body, unique to each individual. Increased knowledge about one's personal genome and its functioning empowers individuals to understand their own health, facilitating informed decision-making.

Hereditary Genetic Testing

Bio-Genetics Laboratory offers a comprehensive range of genetic-based tests, including Cancer Genetic Analysis (CGX), Cardiovascular Disease Assessment (CardioGX), Alzheimer's-Parkinson's-Dementia Analysis (PAD), diabetes screening, and pharmacogenetics (PGX). These diverse gene panels equip clinical providers with extensive insights into the hereditary risks based on their patients' specific genetic compositions.

Comprehensive Laboratory Services

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For Patients

We offer a diverse suite of genetic DNA molecular tests, providing insights into specific hereditary risks associated with an individual's genetic composition.

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For Physicians

We offer unparalleled hereditary genetic testing, featuring comprehensive and easily understandable clinical reports, coupled with access to genetic counselors.

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For Genetic Counselors

We provide genetic counselor summary reports and consultations, assisting in the development of treatment plans related to deleterious genes.

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The Pinnacle of Credentials and Accreditation

Bio-Genetics Laboratory is a laboratory certified by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) and accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), with a proven 20-year operational track record. CLIA-certified facilities adhere to established regulations for laboratory testing quality and the reporting of patient-specific results. CLIA standards are overseen by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Any testing performed in the U.S. that influences patient care must comply with CLIA standards.

CAP accreditation ensures the use of comprehensive, scientifically-endorsed laboratory standards that meet or exceed CLIA requirements. The accrediting agency evaluates the lab, confirming that test results are of the highest quality, assays are developed for accurate decision-making, and the lab remains in compliance with CLIA standards with active monitoring over time.

Get Started Today

Getting started with Bio-Genetics Laboratory is easy. Choose your test, provide the details, and our team will guide you through the process. Gain valuable insights for informed health decisions.


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