Our Futura 28 DNA Test

What can I expect to learn from the Futura Genetics DNA test?

The Futura 28 DNA Test is a simple and non-invasive genetic test designed to reveal your genetic predisposition for 28 of the most common diseases. Apart from your personal genetic risk, you’ll gain insights into the lifestyle choices that can decrease your lifetime risk.

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

The Futura 28 DNA Test targets 28 chronic diseases including Alzheimer’s disease, autoimmune diseases, diabetes type I and II, eye diseases and 8 types of cancer. The full list of included diseases can be found here.

How reliable are the Futura Genetics test results?

Futura Genetics results are based on expert interpretation of thousands of DNA studies on SNPs (Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms), which are associated with diseases in the human body. This test represents the best knowledge currently available.

With more than 15 years of experience in the field of genetic testing, our state of the art laboratory and our personnel are highly qualified and knowledgeable in processing your DNA. Our lab is certified by the highest industry standards including CLIA, ISO 15189:2008, ISO 9001:2008, DNA Profiling External Quality Assessment.

Is your test suitable for children?

Yes, you can order this test for your children to learn more about their genetic predispositions and maintain their health from an early age. Our genome doesn’t change with the age so you’ll receive reliable results.

Do you test my entire DNA?

No. There are thousands of genes in human DNA. We focus only on those that are included in our report.

Where is my sample processed?

Your DNA sample is processed in a European CLIA certified laboratory.

Do you need any other information in addition to my genomic data?

Yes. Gender differences can elevate your risk for certain diseases (for example, migraine or breast cancer) so we need to know your sex to provide reliable estimates.

Can I use my 23andMe data?

Yes, you can! In 2019 we launched 23andme data interpretation. Please check the “For 23andme users” section to find out more.

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