One size does not fit all - flexible PGxome options to suit your patients' needs

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We are excited to announce the expansion of PGxomeⓇ, PreventionGenetics’ whole exome sequencing test! We now offer PGxome diagnostic for individuals, duos, and trios. We also offer  PGxome health screen, an exome-based test for individuals or couples seeking carrier status and/or susceptibility information for adult onset conditions.

Billing: Our Best Kept Secret

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Billing for reimbursement of genetic testing in today's healthcare environment is complicated. At PreventionGenetics, we believe in the power of genetic testing and strive to make the testing process as transparent and straightforward as possible.

President's Corner - DNA Banking

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Since the founding of our Company about thirteen years ago, PreventionGenetics has operated a clinical DNA Bank. We define DNA Banking as the long term secure storage of DNA from an individual for the purpose of future clinical DNA testing. Our Bank is still relatively small, but is steadily growing. 

DNA Banking, the best gift you can give your family

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As professionals in the field of genetics, you appreciate the value of genetic testing. Some of you have recommended DNA banking to your patients because you believe in the value that DNA banking provides. But what about your own family?

PreventionGenetics Releases Comprehensive Fetal and Neonatal Loss Panel

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MARSHFIELD, WI – PreventionGenetics has launched a first of its kind Comprehensive Fetal and Neonatal Loss panel designed to answer difficult questions and provide answers for families.

“When families experience miscarriage, stillbirth, and neonatal loss, there are often many difficult questions around why it happened,” said Dr. Elizabeth McPherson, Medical Geneticist and Director of the Wisconsin Stillbirth Service Program. “Couples who experience these kinds of challenges are compelled to seek answers to questions like whether the event will happen again and if it could it have been prevented. Genetic testing can sometimes open the doors to answers.”