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Find my answer with genetic testing

Why am I sick? How can I find my answer?

Of the many diseases in the world, more than 7,000 known rare diseases exist. It is difficult to get a diagnosis because each disease has limited information. 3billion helps patients overcome difficulties through 3billion's one-stop genetic testing.

Why do I need genetic testing?

80% of rare diseases are genetic

About 80% of rare diseases with genetic causes can be diagnosed with genetic tests.

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Provides more accurate diagnosis

When it is difficult to diagnose with symptoms alone, genetic tests can help.

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Faster diagnosis

Reduce the risk of severe and chronic conditions with treatments from fast diagnosis.

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How do I get a genetic test?

  • STEP 1
    You must visit a hospital or clinic.
  • STEP 2
    Your doctor will assess your medical condition and decide if a genetic test is necessary.
  • STEP 3
    A medical professional will collect your DNA sample.
  • STEP 4
    Your doctor will order 3billion's genetic test.
  • STEP 5
    A clinical report will be provided with your doctor within 6 weeks.
  • STEP 6
    You doctor will share the results with you and will help you decide on the best treatment method and care plan.
* Based on 3B-EXOME and 3B-GENOME tests. 3B-VARIANT and 3B-INTERPRETER results are available within 2 weeks.

What does my test result mean?

When the test result is Positive

This means that you most likely have a variant that causes disease. Your doctor will follow up with you based on these results.

When the test result is Inconclusive

A suspected variant that may explain the cause of your symptoms was detected, but there is no sufficient evidence yet. With additional clinical evidence, the variant can be re-classified as pathogenic or benign.

When the test result is Negative

No suspected variant was found to explain your current symptoms.

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