Better health with a little help from your genes
Know what your genes say about your risk for common cancers and heart conditions — and how your body might process certain medications.*
Unlike recreational genetic tests, we focus on thorough sequencing of genes to give you meaningful insights. We provide an affordable clinical-grade test that historically has cost thousands of dollars.
Genes recognized by the CDC
Results to act on
Clinical results you may use with your doctor to guide your approach to health and prevention.**
Here’s how it works:
A physician will review your information and follow up with questions, if needed.
Our state-of-the art genomics lab is optimized for efficiency and accuracy.
By combining lab automation and custom software with a deep knowledge of science, we offer one of the most accurate, clinical-grade genomic services available today.
Clinical tests scientifically-validated
10+ issued patents
Covering our proprietary technology
By World Economic Forum as a technology pioneer
Doctors order Color.
Color’s clinical-grade tests are ordered by a physician who reviews your information to decide if testing is right for you — or your own physician.
After you provide a sample, Color can connect you with a provider from an independent physician network who will review your information. If any questions arise, they will contact you.
Clinical-grade and actionable
Color’s cancer, heart, and medication health areas focus on genetic results that have clear next steps for you and your doctor**.
Easy and supported
Color can send reports to additional doctor’s offices securely, and provide questions for you to ask your doctor.
1. Genomics and Population Health Action Collaborative. The National Academies of Sciences. Published November 18, 2015. Available at www.nationalacademies.org.
* Do not change or stop taking any medicine based on a genetic test report without consulting your healthcare provider. This test is not intended to inform you about your current state of health, including whether or not you should take a medication or how much you should take. This test does not diagnose any health conditions and is not a substitute for visiting your healthcare provider. Discuss the results of the genetic test with your healthcare provider, including whether the medication label includes information on how to use genetic information to determine dosage. Medicine should always be taken as prescribed by your healthcare provider.
** Risk information and screening guidelines in results are typically based on studies of individuals with a family history of the disorder being discussed. Medical management should be considered also taking into account your personal and family history.