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We provide easy-to-follow information and explain what each of your results mean. Track your health data over time and monitor your progress with your online dashboard.
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Choose the health check that’s right for you and create your secure account online.
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We’ll send you your test kit in the mail - collect your sample at home and return it to the lab in the prepaid packaging.
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Your samples are assessed by accredited laboratories and experienced medical professionals so you can be confident of reliable results.
Colour Genomics Genetic Cancer & Hereditary Heart Health Risk Test
Know what your genes say about your risk for common cancers and heart conditions — and how your body might process certain medications. This test is focused on identifying genetic mutations associated with an increased risk of certain types of cancer, such as breast, ovarian, colorectal, and others. This test analyses genes such as BRCA1, BRCA2, and COL3A1 which are linked to hereditary breast, ovarian cancer, and heart disease. Also included is a Medication Response Genetic Test to analyse a number of genes to understand how they may impact the body’s processing of certain medications. Genetic changes in genes can influence how fast the body breaks down a medication, how well the body absorbs a medication, or how quickly a medication gets to where it needs to work.
myDNA Pharmacogenomics Mental Health Medication Test
1 test included
Pharmacogenomics (PGx) is the study of how genetic variations influence the way an individual responds to medications. Up to 1 in 10 people may process certain medications too slowly, increasing their risk of side effects. Up to 1 in 3 people may process certain medications too quickly, increasing their risk of treatment failure. This DNA test helps you discover your response to certain mental health medications, including antidepressants and antipsychotics.