For 23andMe users

Do I need to complete a new DNA test if I have already had a 23andme test?

If you have completed a 23andme DNA test with chip version… you’ll be able to receive the full version of our Futura 28 DNA Test report for 28 diseases based on your raw data.

How do I order?

To order the Futura Genetics DNA test, 23andme users should proceed to the test page, click “Order” then proceed to the cart. Enter your data and complete your payment. After your account has been created, transfer your raw data from 23andme to get your new health report.

How do I transfer my Raw data?

First, make sure you’ve downloaded your raw genetic data from your 23andme account. Go to https://you.23andme.com/tools/data/download/ and request your raw data file.

Read the comprehensive article here for more need more information (screenshots and video instructions are included).

After you order the Futura Genetics DNA test for 23andme users you will be able to upload your raw data file on your Futura account and get the results.

How long does it take to receive the results?

Your Futura Genetics report will be delivered within a few short minutes.

How do I receive my results?

You’ll receive an email notification when your report is ready and, be able to download it in .pdf format immediately.

What are the diseases that I’m being tested for?

This test assesses your risk for 28 diseases including Alzheimer’s disease, autoimmune diseases, diabetes type I and II, eye diseases and 8 types of cancer. The full list of diseases can be found here.

I’ve already completed the 23andme test. What new information can I gain with this Futura Genetics test?

With a 23andme test, you receive a reliable ancestry report but very few health insights. With a Futura 28 DNA Test you’ll gain valuable insights and understanding into your risk of developing a variety of serious diseases including eight types of cancer, autoimmune diseases and diabetes. With your risk calculations you’ll also get recommendations on how to prevent or delay these illnesses. For more information read the article.

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