Looks for molecular signs of abnormalities and health changes
Not all health markers can be found in your DNA. An individuals’ demographics, lifestyle and geographic location can play a role in susceptibility to certain health conditions. Biomarkers can be tested through blood, urine and saliva. These will measure how your body is responding to certain inputs or stimuli and identify whether any predisposition exists.
Detect, analyze and predict risk of heart disease
This is a Canadian website, its content is intended only for residents of Canada