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Should you change your mind at any time before the completion of your genetic test, you can simply contact us and have any samples and results destroyed. You will only be charged the costs that have been generated to that point.
No. Every person carries about 2,000 genetic defects that adversely affect their health. To have genetic defects is therefore quite common, and almost every person is genetically predisposed to some diseases. After genetic testing, you will also receive an effective prevention program that helps to prevent the disease. The knowledge of a genetic risk helps you protect yourself against the disease and prevent you from triggering it by ignorance and a wrong lifestyle. Your doctor or the partner with whom you perform the genetic testing will accompany you through the entire process in an advisory capacity.