Genetic Check-Up

A genetic check-up involves examining a person's DNA, which is the chemical database which holds the instruction book for their bodily functions. Genetic tests can identify changes or alterations in a person's genes which might cause illness or disease.

Although genetic testing can provide important information for diagnosing, treating and preventing illnesses, there are some limitations. For example, if you're a healthy person, a positive result from genetic testing doesn't always mean that they'll develop an illness as a result. On the other hand, in some cases a negative result does not guarantee that the person won't develop a certain disorder.

Genetic Check-up

Talking to your doctor or a genetic counselor about what you will do with the results is an important step in the process of genetic testing.

What is tested?
  • Disease Susceptibility (Multifactorial Disorders)

  • Genetic Diseases Carrier State

  • Personal Response to Drugs (10 Drugs)

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