Fast, Powerful and Proven
Serving Healthcare Providers, Legal Counsel, Government Organizations and private patients nationwide
With over 500 facilities across Canada and state-of-the-art technology, Genetrack has provided Canadians with the highest standards in laboratory testing, with the latest technology, strictest quality control, and unprecedented service and reliability.
DNA Health & Disease Tests
Take control of your health by staying proactive.
HOW IT WORKS
Order your test
Choose the test that matches your need from our large array of tests. The kit will be delivered to your doorstep. There is no need to leave the comfort of your home.
Collect your sample
Collect DNA sample using a painless mouth swab, and mail to the lab in the provided return envelope.
Your sample will be tested as soon as it arrives in our lab. Your results will be available through our secure online platform in 2 to 3 business days.
Convenient, easy to use genetic test
Genetic results backed by science
Online tracking of your sample every step of the way
Access to our partnered healthcare experts
Frequently Asked Questions?
Here are some questions we often get. If you would like yours answered, please contact us.
DNA is collected by rubbing a brush gently inside the mouth against the cheek for 15 seconds. The collection is safe and painless.
No. All DNA health and disease tests can be performed on individuals of any age, even newborns. If the patient is a minor, the legal guardian must sign the DNA testing consent form.
All testing is completely anonymized to ensure that your data is protected. Your samples are processed using alphanumeric codes to ensure confidentiality. Following testing, your samples are disposed of by our CAP accredited and CLIA approved laboratories.
No. The genetic risk variants detected in the health and disease tests offered here are each associated with an increased risk of developing a specific disease. However, there are multiple other genetic and environmental factors that are also involved before the diseases develop. An understanding of your genetic predisposition for a particular disease can enable you to make lifestyle changes now and/or increase monitoring to minimize the impact of the disease before it is too late.