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A simple genetic test could help your doctor determine your risk for ????
What is Genetic Testing?
Genetic testing analyzes DNA to detect genetic variations.
Variations in your genes are responsible for differences in
everything from hair and eye color to predispositions to cancer. Genetic variations are normal. Genetic testing is the only way to
find your unique gene variations.
What is Cardio genetic testing and how can my doctor utilize it?
A CGx test will analyze your DNA to determine if you have a predisposition to a hereditary cancer. Your provider can act on
the results to optimize your healthcare plan.
What type of genetic testing does Phi Life Sciences do and what do the tests look for?
Phi Life Sciences provides three CGx tests.
A 35-gene, Onco+BRCA test, a 40-gene CGx
test and a 138-gene CGx test. Our Onco+BRCA
and 40-gene CGx test cover basic, high risk
targets, while our 138-gene test is an extended
panel that covers 66% more hereditary cancer markers.
Will insurance pay for the test?
Medicare has covered the cost for people with
certain family history or personal history of cancer.
Private insurance companies may pay if your doctor
considers the test medically necessary. Most common
carriers cover the cost after insurance has been authorized
or verified. You may ask your insurance company or Phi Life
Sciences can check to see if you are covered.
How can Cardio Genetic testing (??x) help me?
Cardio Genetic testing (CGx) helps you and your doctor find
inherited genetic variations associated with an increased
risk for developing certain cancers. With knowledge of
genetic variations, your provider can personalize your
healthcare plan based on your CGx results. Phi Life Sciences
offers a needs-based Financial Assistance Program for patients
with financial hardship.
Why Phi Life Sciences?
Phi Life Sciences helps to determine your genetic variations that may increase risk of certain cancers. We have a fast turn-around time which is within three weeks of receipt to the lab. We provide Genetic Counseling services before and after testing to ensure you are supported through this process.
Clear, understandable reports - CGx test results are clearly presented with your needs in mind. Peer-to-peer support -
If you have questions or need more detailed information on test results, Phi Life Sciences has Genetic Counselors available for consultation.
Simple testing procedures - Our test kits are easy to use. Every kit includes clear, easy-to-follow instructions for sample collection and shipping. Only a licensed doctor or other health provider can order a Phi Life Sciences CGx test. Ask your doctor about our genetic tests. Or call your doctor to make an appointment. Your doctor can contact Phi Life Sciences directly at 888-576-5445
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