I'm a patient
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Q. What does 3billion test for?
Q. How can I get 3billion’s test?
Q. Do you accept samples from all countries?
Q. How do I provide my sample for testing?
Q. What percentage of patients receive a diagnosis?
Q. I don't have a doctor or am not currently seeing a doctor. Can I order the test myself?
Q. I have already been tested and a suspicious variant was found. Can my family member get tested for the variant?
Q. Does 3billion offer genetic counseling?
Q. How does the 3billion test work?
Q. What is whole exome sequencing (WES)?
Q. How does 3billion's test differ from genetic panel testing?
Q. What genes/diseases does 3billion’s test cover?
Q. What is reanalysis, and why is it important?
Q. How much does 3billion’s test cost?
Q. How can I pay for 3billion's test?
Q. Is 3billion’s test covered by insurance?
Q. When will I get my test results?
Q. How do I see my test results?
Q. What do the different test results mean?
Q. If I’m not diagnosed through 3billion’s test, does 3billion provide any additional support?
Q. Who can see my results?
Q. What information do you collect?
Q. How does 3billion protect my data?
How does the 3billion test work?
Last modified: October 12, 2021
Our testing has 5 main steps:
DNA extraction from the patient's sample
Genetic data acquisition through WES
Obtain variants from genetic data
Variant interpretation and prioritization
Generate clinical results report