What is reanalysis, and why is it important?
Last modified: October 12, 2021

Reanalysis refers to the process of analyzing a patient's genetic and symptom data again. There are approximately 20 new gene-disease discoveries each month that are subsequently added into 3billion's database. Through daily reanalysis, we can check for any changes to the data of undiagnosed patients due to new disease-gene data and reclassifications

A recent study demonstrated that roughly 15-30% of undiagnosed patients are diagnosed using this approach. Please visit our blog to read more about how reanalysis helped end the diagnostic odyssey for patients.