Open Source at Color: A Statistical Risk Model for Cancer

June 6, 2018

10–15% of most cancers (in women and men) can be explained by inherited genetic mutations — which is why we built the Color Test, which analyzes 30 genes which are clinically relevant to the most common hereditary cancers. Separate from genetics, a person might still be at higher risk of cancer based on their... Read More

August 10, 2017

Color’s monthly newsletter, Spectrum, helps you stay up to date on living a healthy life with the latest in health & wellness, genetics, and cancer. If you found this information interesting, sign up for our monthly Health Notes... Read More

May 12, 2017

We all inherit countless traits, from physical characteristics like hair color and facial features to less visible ones like caffeine tolerance and the tendency to sneeze at bright lights. Since health conditions like cancer may also be... Read More

November 30, 2016

Today, we’re proud to announce that Color Genomics will join the White House and other technology companies in an effort to create a more diverse workforce. Specifically, we pledge to: Implement and publish company-specific goals to... Read More