Sydney’s Story: Why we all deserve peace of mind when it comes to our health

September 18, 2018

Our clients and their stories inspire us every day to keep working toward a world where everyone has access to the information they need to live their healthiest lives. The story of Lori and Sydney, a mother and daughter with a long family history of cancer, is another moving example of the power in... Read More

September 4, 2018

Robin Cole is an NFL legend. As a Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker from 1977–1987, he was part of the famous Steel Curtain defense that helped the team win four Super Bowls in six seasons. Robin himself is a two-time Super Bowl champion... Read More

June 6, 2018

As someone who is adopted, Marissa has always been curious about her genetic background. So when she learned that her employer was offering Color’s Hereditary Cancer Test as a complimentary benefit to employees, she saw it as a... Read More

August 10, 2017

My daughter Diya and me Note: Parul Somani is an employee at Color. Here is her story of what led her to join Color to help others. I was 38 weeks pregnant when I felt the lump. I could only feel it lying down, but it felt somewhat hard,... Read More

Happy National Twins Day (from both of us)! – Color

August 10, 2017

Our twin clients Pam & Randy both love music and art When people find out I have a twin, they usually ask, “What’s it like having a twin?” It’s always both easy and difficult to answer. On the simplest level, having a twin is like having a sister... Read More

Families Share their Genetics Journeys – Color

February 16, 2017

We often hear from families who share that Color has empowered them to take control of their health. For the first time in their lives, people and their healthcare providers are using the information in their genes to truly personalize their healthcare and inform how they take... Read More

Marlo Longstreet shares her family’s experience with a seemingly insignificant family history of cancer.

January 17, 2017

“It’s scary to know but the unknown is scarier. There are things you can do to help yourself and to stay healthy.” — Marlo Longstreet Every day, we hear powerful stories from our clients demonstrating how important affordable access to genetic testing... Read More

Knowledge is Power: Beverly Sons Shares Her Story on Her Battle with Cancer

November 30, 2016

Beverly Sons Reflects on The Importance of Family and Genetic Information During Her Battle with Cancer Cancer touches everyone. One in three people will hear the words, “you have cancer” in their lifetime and many of us have lost loved ones to the disease. In all... Read More

Knowledge is Power: Genetic Information Enables Maggie to be Proactive about Her Health

November 30, 2016

“You don’t have to wait until you have somebody in your family who has cancer or people are getting sick. You can actually deal with it in a more proactive way.” — Maggie Lynch Every day, we hear from individuals who have used Color and are grateful... Read More

Knowledge is Power: How Genetic Testing Helped Ellen Make Better Health Decisions

November 30, 2016

“I think every cancer survivor probably has the same concerns — that the cancer might come back or another cancer might occur and how do you deal with it if it does. Realizing this was a possibility I thought that the genetic testing results, whatever they might... Read More

Christy’s Story on the Importance of Family and Genetic Testing

November 30, 2016

“This is something to take and run with. I don’t want my children to go through what I had to go through with my father. I just want them to get the most out of life.” Every day, we hear how genetic testing for hereditary cancer risk has helped people and... Read More

Knowledge is Power: How Genetic Information Gives Brian The Time and Ability to Make Health Decisions

August 24, 2016

“If we can have the information at our fingertips, wouldn’t we want it that way?” — Brian Frank Our Knowledge is Power Series shares personal stories of individuals who were motivated to learn their genetic risks of developing hereditary cancer. Some... Read More