Amplify vitality & protect the health of each member of your family.
Gain knowledge of your inherited health risks so you and your doctor can make proactive health decisions. Don’t wait until it is too late. Take steps to detect diseases early, or even prevent them from developing.
Respond To Emergencies
Provide doctors with immediate access to the results of DNA analysis to guide emergency medical decisions, where time is precious.
Arm your physician with the essential knowledge needed to predict adverse drug reactions (the fourth largest killer in the US).
Share how your genes affect your likely response to certain medications to empower your doctor to prescribe the right drugs, at the right time, in the right dose.
Sleep well knowing that you have taken responsibility to protect the health of yourself, your family and the people you care for with precision medicine.
Provide your doctor with a clear framework and essential information to diagnose illness quickly and precisely. Our health module identifies genetic markers of diabetes, obesity and heart conditions giving you and your doctor a heads-up on your treatment. The report includes insight on 50+ health conditions. Know your variant carrier status for more than 550 genetic conditions. Our BRCA status report will assist your specialist in more than 10 important breast cancer-related risk categories.
Learn about your hypersensitivities to various allergens. Why wait to get exposed to allergens and undergo a painful experience to learn about your allergies? Get a heads-up on your allergic hypersensitivities. ONE Allergy report covers 15+ allergy predispositions including common allergies like animal dander, pollen, food allergies and some lesser known ones like misophonia and histamine intolerance.
Know your metabolizer status for more than 150 drugs. Your Drug – Gene interaction report is designed to empower your doctor use your DNA to provide insight into the biological pathways involved in your metabolism and clearance of therapeutic drugs. The information presented is curated by a team of scientists from high authority sources such as the Clinical Pharmacogenetics Implementation Consortium (CPIC), the Royal Dutch Association for the Advancement of Pharmacy – Pharmacogenetics Working Group (DPWG), the Canadian Pharmacogenomics Network for Drug Safety (CPNDS) and other professional societies and sources.