Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Yes, genetic testing is generally considered safe. The physical process involves either a cheek swab or a saliva sample, both of which are non-invasive. However, it’s crucial to understand that the results can have emotional and psychological implications, so professional guidance is recommended.
Data security is a top priority for us. Your genetic information is stored in secure, encrypted databases and is only accessible to authorized personnel.
No, we adhere to strict privacy guidelines and do not share your personal or genetic information with any third parties unless explicitly authorized by you.
For AI-driven Genetic Risk Assessment
Our AI-driven Genetic Risk Assessment is designed to be highly accurate, using advanced algorithms that analyze numerous variables. However, it’s essential to understand that while our tests can indicate potential risks, they are not diagnostic tools.
Traditional genetic tests provide a basic snapshot of your genetic markers. Our AI-driven model uses advanced algorithms to analyze a broader set of variables, offering a more comprehensive and personalized risk assessment.
For DNA Diagnostic Solutions
While DNA diagnostics provide valuable information about your genetic predispositions, they are not a substitute for traditional medical tests and consultations. They are an adjunct tool that can help inform medical decisions.
Our typical turnaround time varies depending on the test, but we aim to provide results as quickly as possible without compromising on quality.
For Personalized AI Genomic Profile
Your genomic profile can offer insights into various aspects of your life— from health predispositions to lifestyle recommendations. It provides a detailed analysis of your genes to help you make informed decisions.
While your genetic makeup remains constant, our understanding of genetics is continually evolving. As new research emerges, you may receive updated insights.