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Women’s History Month

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This March, in honor of Women’s History Month, PreventionGenetics would like to recognize some of the remarkable women who contributed to the field of genetics. These women, and many others, greatly impacted the field of genetics.

Honoring Rare Disease Day At PreventionGenetics

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February 28th is Rare Disease Day; a day to celebrate and raise awareness about rare diseases and the individuals they impact. In addition to raising awareness, this is a day to advocate and support research related to rare disease.

PreventionGenetics celebrates 3rd Anniversary with Seattle Children’s Pediatric Laboratory Utilization Guidance Services Program Through Gold Sponsorship

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We’re excited to announce the continued collaboration between PreventionGenetics and the Seattle Children’s Patient-centered Laboratory Utilization Guidance Services (PLUGS) program. For the third straight year, alongside ARUP and Mayo Medical Laboratories, PreventionGenetics is one of three Gold sponsors of the program.

Preventiongenetics Launches Cutting-Edge Genetic Test, Benefiting Reproductive And Healthy Patients

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Marshfield, WI – February 9, 2017 – PreventionGenetics has launched newly expanded PGxome®, whole exome sequencing tests. In addition to affordable diagnostic whole exome testing, PGxome Health Screen is now available for individuals seeking carrier status, enhancing preconception and prenatal carrier screening options.  The test is also offered to healthy people seeking susceptibility information for adult onset conditions.

American Heart Month- The Value of Genetic Testing for Congenital Heart Defects

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February is American Heart Month, and at PreventionGenetics, we work with healthcare providers to identify the genetic causes of Congenital Heart Defects. Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs) are the most common birth defect, occurring in 6-10 babies per 1000 live births (Hoffman and Kaplan J Am Coll Cardiol 39:1890-1900, 2002).