Color’s Products

You may have a different version of Color, depending on if you got testing through an employer or doctor’s office. All Color products include access to Discovery* and our industry-leading genetic counselors, clinical pharmacists, and physician support services.

Hereditary Cancer

For people who want a more complete understanding of their genes and health, and for those who have a personal or family history of conditions covered. Includes all genes currently analyzed by Color. View the genes

Available through employers and healthcare providers. Includes only the 10 most actionable genes, recognized by the CDC as important for public health, and genes related to medication reaction. View the genes

For those who would like to understand hereditary cancer risk only. View the genes



2 genes that significantly impact breast and ovarian cancer risk. Recognized by the CDC as important for public health.

Lynch Syndrome

5 genes that impact colon and uterine cancer risk, among others. Recognized by the CDC as important for public health.

23 additional genes

that give a more thorough understanding of risk for breast, ovarian, uterine, colon, prostate, stomach, melanoma, and pancreatic cancers**


Hereditary High Cholesterol (FH)

3 genes linked to a genetic form of high cholesterol. Recognized by the CDC as important for public health.

27 additional genes

associated with inherited heart conditions. Recognized by American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics as having actionable treatment plans.**


14 genes

that can influence how your body processes certain medications

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* Color Discovery is not a clinical test and is not yet available in countries outside the US.

** 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 on your personal and family history.