Black History Month: Bridging the health equity gap through population genomics

February 20, 2020

Two years ago, our CEO Othman Laraki joined Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice, the president and dean of Morehouse School of Medicine, in authoring an op-ed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution arguing “every healthcare organization, institution and entity must redouble its commitment to expanding research on underserved populations and ensuring these communities’ access to healthcare’s genomics-based... Read More

February 19, 2020

Today, we are excited to announce a newly expanded Color Data, an open-access database with a cohort of 54,000 individuals and over 5.5 million variants. Originally released over a year ago, Color Data is a publicly available database with... Read More

December 3, 2019

Color and the Teamsters Health and Welfare Fund of Philadelphia and Vicinity today announced a partnership that unlocks clinical genetics and data-driven health for nearly 14,000 members, spouses and adult dependents. This new initiative... Read More

February 8, 2019

A couple months ago, we launched a public research database with DNA, health history, and more from 50,000 of our clients. You might be surprised at how little work it took us: under four person-months total. Read on to hear how we... Read More

Color Genomics Joins Precision Medicine Initiative to Help Make Genetic Testing More Accessible and Advance Cancer Research

October 17, 2017

In an unusually exciting Thursday, members of the Color team participated in the Precision Medicine Initiative Summit at the White House to mark the one-year anniversary of President Obama’s Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI). Color was invited to join PMI to help advance... Read More

Color For All: Bringing Genetic Testing to Everyone Who Needs It

August 10, 2017

Color has always been committed to broadening access to genetic testing. When we first launched our test for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer risk in 2015, we also launched the Every Woman Program, which provides access to free genetic testing for those in financial need.... Read More

Color Collaborates with Pink Hope to Make Genetic Testing More Accessible

November 30, 2016

Color’s mission is to make genetic testing more accessible. To that end, we’re excited to collaborate with Pink Hope as they launch Australia’s most affordable genetic testing grant program for women at risk of developing breast and/or ovarian cancer in partnership with... Read More