Predisposition Genetic testing

Our partners are cutting edge and innovative healthcare services organization dedicated to earlier detection and management of all disease states.

With the prevalence of health problems such as Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Parkinson, Alzheimer, Dementia and Rheumatic conditions, the landscape of healthcare delivery is evolving. Clinicians must find ways to administer effective, quality care and empower patients to lead healthier lives. We believe that our multiple comprehensive products that are the most effective way to confront chronic disease in the ever-changing healthcare world.

Cardiac Genetic Testing

The Hereditary Cardio Panel uses Next Generation Sequencing technology to examine 77 genes  associated with an increased risk for cardiovascular disease.

Parkinson-Alzheimer-Dementia Genetic testing

PAD genetic test menu at a low overall cost. With early detection measures, providers can intervene sooner, thus paving the way to individualized Parkinson-Alzheimer-Dementia care for their families.

Diabetic predisposition genetic Testing

Overall, it can mean less invasive and/or more effective treatment. A diagnosis of HNF4A- or HNF1A-diabetes (also called MODY1 and MODY3) indicates that the most effective treatment, especially early in the disease course, is likely to be low dose sulfonylurea pills. This treatment promotes insulin secretion rather than the insulin injections used to treat type 1, or the metformin (which promotes insulin sensitivity) usually tried first for type 2 diabetes.



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