At the forefront of precision medicine, this test provides insights into how an individual metabolizes drugs. We combine advanced genomic analysis with expert interpretation, providing you with a detailed report that is easy to understand. This analysis provides crucial information that may influence drug metabolism, response, and potential adverse reactions enabling you to personalize medication choices, make dosage adjustments, and avoid potential drug-related issues based on your patient's individual genetic makeup.
Our Hereditary Cancer Testing is focusing on 59 key genes. Consider CancerCheck+ for genetic testing if your personal or family history suggests a hereditary link to cancer, such as early-onset, rare, bilateral, or multiple primary cancers among individuals or within family members.
A Custom Panel for Comprehensive Immunology includes 79 genes. These genes play roles in immune deficiencies, response, hyper-response, dysfunction, regulation, and Dysregulation. Identifying these genes can assist in diagnosing immune-mediated disorders, enabling personalized treatment, offering prognostic information, family counseling, and testing. These genetic insights support ongoing research, aid in therapeutic development, and facilitate early intervention for better management and outcomes. Given the complexity, a thorough understanding of an individual's immune function may necessitate clinical evaluation and other diagnostic tests.
Investigate 38 genes for precise diagnosis of Thyroid diseases, enabling early intervention and treatment to prevent complications or manage conditions more effectively.
At PreCheck Health Services Inc., patient health is our highest priority. Our commitment lies in early disease detection, prevention, and personalized care.
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The accessibility and cost of genetic testing have improved over time, making it more available to those who need it.
Understanding your family history is the first step. If you have a strong family history of breast, colon, or ovarian cancer, consider genetic testing.
Unlike recreational genetic tests, PCH tests requires a healthcare provider’s signature to initiate testing. If you don’t have a healthcare provider, consider talking to your Primary Care Physician (PCP) or our Virtual Care services which connect you to a genetic counselor who will help you to submit your test sample.
The hereditary Cancer Test does not diagnose cancer. It is a test to evaluate your hereditary risk of developing 11 types of cancer. Myriad representatives are unable to provide medical advice or help diagnose any symptoms and recommend consulting with your healthcare provider.
A positive genetic test result doesn't mean you'll develop cancer. However, it does mean that you should work closely with healthcare professionals to create a personalized screening and prevention plan.
For more than a decade, PreCheck Health Services has led the way in early disease detection and prevention. Our heritage is rooted in an unchanging dedication to prioritize patient health above all else.