This October, get the Color Test for $199
Don't miss what your genes already know
A clinical-grade test to start from home.
Lori and Sydney, Color clients
Genes can tell you if you should start cancer screening years earlier, or if different medication could work better.

Color Test

$249 $199

What’s included in your at-home Color test

  • Saliva collection kit & prepaid return label.
  • A clinical-grade report for 74 genes covering 3 health areas.
  • Free genetic counseling by phone to help explain your results.
  • All Color tests are physician-ordered.
  • Find connections between your genes and traits, like lactose intolerance or taste perception, with Color Discovery.

* You must be at least 18 to use Color. Color Discovery is not a clinical test, and is not available in NY or outside the US.

From a simple saliva sample, see what you'll learn from Color

Genes influencing 8 hereditary cancers

30 genes, including BRCA1 and BRCA2, that impact risk for breast, ovarian, uterine, colon, melanoma, pancreatic, stomach, and prostate cancers.

Risk of heart conditions with a genetic basis

30 genes associated with genetic forms of heart disease that may be evaluated differently from conditions without a genetic cause.

Medication response, such as side effects and effectiveness

Starting with 2 genes covering certain mental health medications, with results for an additional 12 genes coming soon.

How Color works

1

Receive your at-home kit in the mail and provide a saliva sample.

2

Mail your kit back to Color with the prepaid return label.

3

Free genetic counseling by phone to help explain results.

4

View your results and discover traits online.

How Color works

1
Receive your at-home kit

Receive your at-home kit in the mail and provide a saliva sample.

2
Mail your kit back

Mail your kit back to Color with the prepaid return label.

3
Free phone-consultation

Free genetic counseling by phone to help explain your results.

4
View results online

View your results and discover traits online.

When you learn, your family can benefit too

Because genes are passed down through families, what you learn could also provide insights for your family.

  • Dig in to the health history that runs in your family.
  • Potentially identify relatives who could benefit from genetic testing.
  • Pass on your knowledge and help future generations.

“I want to play an active role in my health. Genetic testing has allowed me to get a fuller view of how my body works, and I can figure out how exactly I'm going to go about my life.”

Miriam, 37 years old Miriam, 37 years old

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Take the first step in learning your genetic risk for common hereditary cancers, heart conditions, and responses to certain medications.

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