In order to ensure 2023 billing, testing must be activated before the end of the year, or within 30 days of proband sample collection (if sample was collected in 2023). For Exome, Genome, or Xpanded testing, if you do not expect parental samples to be received in time for testing to be activated with 2023 billing, please contact us at email@example.com to determine how to proceed.
Searching for a diagnosis is exhausting. You just want answers.
GeneDx’s exome testing can help you get there.
Learn how exome sequencing helped Andrea and her family reach a diagnosis.
Speak with your pediatrician, specialist, or a geneticist today about exome testing. They can place the order for you and guide you through the results. If you’re ready for answers, it’s time to talk to your doctor about exome testing.
Sharing your story can make a positive and lasting impact, serving as a beacon of support and inspiration for other patients and families.
XMy youngest child, Estella, was diagnosed at eight months old with an ultra-rare neurological disease called alternating hemiplegia of childhood. The power of a genetic diagnosis brought more than answers to my family; it brought a sliver of hope and potential for the future.”
XCarlotta was undiagnosed for 18 month until we were finally able to access whole exome sequencing to identify the underlying cause of her issues: PIGN-CDG.
While it doesn’t necessarily change her immediate prognosis, it does change what the long-term prognosis could be. We wouldn’t have options if we didn’t understand what exactly it was that we were dealing with.”
Test results are typically sent to your ordering provider within 6 weeks of our lab receiving the blood or cheek swab sample. We also offer rapid testing options, which can deliver verbal results in as little as 7 days.
Turnaround times are estimates and begin once the sample(s) begin processing at the GeneDx lab and could be extended in situations outside GeneDx’s control.