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PreventionGenetics Receives New York License for Genetic Tests  

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PreventionGenetics, LLC has received a New York State Department of Health license.  The company has long held Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) and International Organization for Standards (ISO) 15189:2012 accreditations, allowing clinical genetic testing on human specimens in the United States and internationally. A few states, including New York, require additional licensure.  

Preventiongenetics Leaps Ahead With Custom Panels 

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Marshfield, WI – March 14, 2017 – PreventionGenetics is pleased to announce the launch of customizable genetic testing panels. Using whole exome sequencing technology, healthcare providers can order any subset from the list of ~4,500 clinically relevant, or disease-causing, genes. The innovative approach of Custom Panels provides a new level of flexibility in genetic testing.

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.

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.” 

PreventionGenetics Hosting DNA Banking Day Tuesday November 29, 2016

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Marshfield, WI – The U.S. Surgeon General has declared Thanksgiving to be “National Family Health History Day.”  To help promote awareness of family health history, PreventionGenetics, a clinical laboratory in Marshfield, is offering a DNA Banking Day from 3 - 6 p.m. on Tuesday, November 29, at the company headquarters in the Marshfield Mill Creek Business Park, 3800 South Business Park Avenue.  For more information about DNA banking, visit: https://www.preventiongenetics.com/pgdnabank/.