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Read the full story here: The American Cancer Society and Color Health announce a partnership aimed at increasing access and adherence to cancer screening and prevention.

The American Cancer Society and Color Health announce a new partnership.

Customer Stories

Enabling people to be more proactive about their health

Providing the right software, services, logistics and security for each cog of the healthcare ecosystem.

Partner Success Stories from States to Scientists.

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Case Study

Teamsters provides nationwide preventive care to their members with Color.

While the Teamsters offered a traditional preventive screening program, they were seeking a more convenient and comprehensive solution that met the unique needs of union members and their families.

4X utilization versus average Teamsters wellness programs

74% of participants had results that warranted additional testing or fell outside the recommended range

Case Study

Delivering STI care to those who need it most

Allegheny County Health Department partnered with Color Health to launch a free, discreet, at-home STI testing program for chlamydia and gonorrhea. The program aimed to expand access and drive utilization of STI testing services among young adults in high risk communities.

1,747 participants screened
659 kits ordered
235 kits activated
5% chlamydia positivity rate

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Population-Scale Testing for the City of San Francisco

In April 2020, the City of San Francisco partnered with Color to create a flexible testing model that allows the City to identify employees, essential workers and residents exposed to COVID-19, and route them immediately to testing.

“To achieve our goal of universal access, we have continually expanded testing, based on where the need is greatest and the availability of resources,” said Dr. Colfax, Director of Health in San Francisco. To that end, the City and Color have focused on flexibility to meet the changing testing needs of local workers and residents. This has included pop-up sites in hard-hit neighborhoods and mobile testing for skilled nursing facilities around the city.

Color’s seamless reporting structure provides results to individuals, primary care physicians, the California Department of Health and the San Francisco Department of Public Health to enable contact tracing and mitigate outbreaks.

> 1.2 million tests processed

96% of results within 48 hours


“I absolutely feel Color should be a core part of healthcare benefits, because I believe it provides a powerful tool for not only the Teamsters Fund, but also for the members.”

Friendship Christian Center + Third Baptist Church

40% of those offered HIV testing opted in with 200+ participants tested in one week

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Allegheny County

In the first 6 months of running this program, ACHD and Color screened over 1700 residents, and nearly 700 kits were ordered.

Color’s genetic testing program changes lives

Hear how Color’s affordable self-administered genetic testing kits empowers individuals, supports company goals, and gives healthcare practitioners the tools they need to deliver the best care possible.

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I’m just so thankful we can be proactive and do what we need to do to protect ourselves.

Madison, WI

This was knowledge and knowledge is power…the more we know, the more preventative we can be.

Madison, WI

Looking for answers about a family history of cancer

Genetic testing can provide answers for people who have cancer in the family.

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“I look at my two sons and my husband and I want to be there to watch them grow up.”



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“We don’t ever want to have to uproot our lives to cancer. If we could have the information at our fingertips, wouldn’t we want it that way?”



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“It definitely is something that will change my life. This is something to take and run with.”



Informing a personal history of cancer

Genetic testing can be informative for people who have had cancer,
their families and their healthcare providers.

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“If something should occur that requires treatment, I feel like I’ve got one more tool in the toolbox to deal with it well.”



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“You don’t have to go through the extreme process if you’re ahead of things.” 



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“This is a company that gets it because they have a rare gene on their panel.”



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Taking a proactive stance on my health is totally empowering. It makes me the informed decision maker.

Madison, WI