The Alzheimer’s Gene Panel provides information about the individual risk of developing Alzheimer’s at an early stage and how to adapt your personal lifestyle accordingly to help with prevention.
Genetic tests analyze our genes and look for changes in them that may hinder us from being our healthiest selves. These changes are called mutations and are inherited from our parents, which we then pass on to our offspring.
Tests like these identify these genetic alterations because these can manifest the disease and therefore can be helpful in confirming the diagnosis. This can also influence and personalize the type of medical treatments you or your family may receive