We’re experts in genetics, so you don’t have to be.
Our state-of-the art genomics lab is optimized
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By combining lab automation and custom software with a deep knowledge of science, we offer one of the most accessible, clinical-grade genetic services available today.
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10-15% of most cancers are due to genetic mutations, or changes, that are passed down from parents.1, 2, 3, 4
- Genetic mutations can greatly increase your risk for developing cancer.
- For example, a BRCA1 mutation can increase a woman’s chance of breast cancer up to 81% by age 80.5
- Color selected 30 genes strongly linked to the 8 most common hereditary cancers.
Most cases of heart disease are due to a combination of lifestyle choices, but some are due to genetics.
- Many people with genetic heart conditions often don’t experience symptoms and don’t know they’re at risk.
- 1 in 50 adults with high cholesterol have a different, genetic form that doesn’t respond as much to eating healthy or exercise.6
- Color includes 30 genes that were recognized by the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics as having actionable treatment plans.*
When you take a medication, your response is influenced by many factors including genetics.
- Factors like body size, other medications, and health history along with your genes can all impact how your body metabolizes certain medications.
- Color has selected genes that can influence how the body processes certain commonly prescribed medications.7
- Always talk to your doctor before making changes to your medications.
Be confident you’re getting the whole BRCA story.
Imagine that each gene is like a book. You need to read the whole book to know the story. For the genes in Color’s panel, you’re reading more than just a few pages.
Don’t settle for just a few pages.
For example, recreational tests only look at 3 pages of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 “books”, giving you an incomplete picture.
Read the whole book.
Color looks at the whole “book” for these 2 genes, covering all of their 10,000+ known pages.
Get the same science used to power ground-breaking research.
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screening more effective by studying
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risk women by increasing access to genetic testing.
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Take a look at some of the science we’ve published with leading researchers.
Homburger et al. (2019) Genome Medicine
Crawford et al. (2017) Breast Cancer Research and Treatment
Caswell-Jin et al. (2018) Journal of the National Cancer Institute
Ziden et al. (2016) Breast Cancer Research and Treatment
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* 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.