Your DNA is composed of a very long string of molecules — 6.4 billion A’s, T’s, C’s and G’s. The information encoded in your DNA is, in part, responsible for everything from the color of your eyes to how you respond to certain drugs. You can access this information through whole genome sequencing.
Whole genome sequencing allows you and your physician to make better choices for your health —
and sometimes even the health of your loved ones.
Genotyping (like 23andme) only gives you limited information based on a fraction of your DNA.
"I want to be on the vanguard, I am empowering myself by learning about my genes and making health decisions based on my personal genetics."