Genetic testing, also known as DNA testing, can be used for diagnosis, newborn screening, carrier screening, or to predict your risk of a genetic disease.
Genetic testing (molecular profiling) of lung cancer tumors can help identify mutations and rearrangements. Learn how it can affect treatment.
Genetic testing for psychiatric medication for generalized anxiety disorder is a promising research area to help guide prescriptions.
If you've inherited mutated BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes, your risk of developing breast cancer is above average. Learn if you should have a genetic test.
Genomic testing is often confused with genetic testing but, rather than detecting a single gene, it looks at the entire genome. Learn more.
Doctors are now using genetically-derived information to pick off-label cancer treatments for prostate cancer when no other options are effective.
Genetic testing can be used to diagnose cystic fibrosis or screen people who may be carriers. The test can then be confirmed with a sweat chloride test.
Genomic Health and other molecular diagnostics companies can help you and your physician discover the best treatment for the particular kind of cancer you have.
Genetic studies are exploring how genes influence the risk of endometriosis, which seems to run in families. Reviewed by a board-certified physician.
Tests to diagnose and stage non-small cell lung cancer can include imaging studies, procedures, a lung biopsy, gene profiling, and more. Learn about the workup.