You will need to arrange an appointment with your personal healthcare provider or contact one from our international network.
Your personal healthcare provider will need to sign paperwork on your behalf, including a declaration form called a non-dangerous goods document. This is a safety form to guarantee that the sample you are sending is not dangerous, harmful or a potential contaminant to public health. You and your personal healthcare provider will also be required to sign a Medical Disclosure Form.
Yes, we will share our results with you and your personal healthcare provider using the contact details provided.
Genetic testing analyses small sections of your DNA to identify variations or mutations that could affect your health now or in the future.
We have developed 11 tests to discover, analyse and screen the cancer cells in every step of the disease. Work with your personal healthcare provider or contact one from our international network to determine which test is most appropriate for you.
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