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A Beginners Guide to Choosing a Genetic Testing Provider

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Looking for a genetic testing provider can be confusing. But, by avoiding these common assumptions, the process will be made easier: …

Looking for a genetic testing provider can be confusing. But, by avoiding these common assumptions, the process will be made easier:
1. How many genes are being tested?
2. Price doesn't relate to quality
3. Explore if you are covered by insurance

Read the full blog post here: https://www.geneyouin.ca/how-to-choose-a-genetic-testing-provider/

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  • 1. Assumption #1:
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  • 13. info@geneyouin.ca  1-877-409-3629 www.geneyouin.ca
  • 14. Dr. Ruslan Dorfman is the CEO of GeneYouIn, a DNA testing and genetic consulting start-up in Toronto, Canada. He is a molecular geneticist specialized in genetics pharmacogenetics of chronic pain and genetics of rare diseases. His previous work at the SickKids in Toronto inspired him to co-found GeneYouIn. His aim is to provide access to advanced genetic testing for all Canadians.