Exclusive genomic checkup

Live better, live longer

We now offer acute blood genetic tests to prevent and manage any risk of illnesses linked to your personal indications and family history.

How the examination is carried out

The price of a genetic examination will depend on the number of genetic parameters recommended to the patient

Step 1

Pre-test consultation with our genetic counsellor who will assess the need for a specific genetic analysis upon clinical indication and family history.

Step 2

Our specialized physician makes a proposition for a targeted gene panel that will be prescribed upon informed consent.

Step 3

A blood sample is collected and sent to the lab in order to perform the corresponding genomic analysis on the extracted germline DNA.

Step 4

Release of a comprehensive genetic report, post-test consultation with our genetic counsellor and/or specialized physician for evaluation and appropriate risk-reduction management.

Case example:

The patient has a strong family history of cancer involving breast and colorectal cancer from her maternal side.

During the pre-test consultation, our genetic counsellor makes the assessment that his/her family history is compatible with a hereditary predisposition of cancer.

Our physician prescribes a genetic analysis for a targeted panel including the following genes: APC, BMPR1A, BRCA1, BRCA2, CDH1, MLH1, MSH2, MSH6, MUTYH, PALB2, PMS2, PTEN, TP53 which are associated to the hereditary predisposition of breast, ovarian and colorectal cancer.

Analysis cost: from CHF 1’500

Prevention recommendations include:

  • A pathogenic mutation is found in BRCA1 conferring an 85% risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer, prompting our physician to propose risk-reduction measures including:

    • More frequent cancer surveillance options
    • Prophylactic surgery
    • Treatment guidance
    • Testing of first degree family members


These measures allow an appropriate management ultimately decreasing the initial higher risk of developing a cancer to the average normal risk.

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