Introducing Color Genomics

My new gig has launched! Color Genomics offers $249 genetic screening and analysis for 19 genes known to impact hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, including BRCA1 and BRCA2, the genes made famous by Angelina Jolie and other celebrities. Check out our coverage in the New York Times, Forbes, and lots more!

This is a big deal. We take the science seriously, and we’re working with a number of leading genetics researchers, including Mary-Claire King, who discovered BRCA1. We’re proud of the results we’ve achieved so far, and we’re looking forward to continuing and expanding this work.

Cancer is one of the greatest health challenges we face today. Despite that, it’s surprisingly hard to get this kind of genetic testing right now, and nowhere near this price. In an era rich with precision medicine and personal health tracking, we think scientifically proven, clinically relevant access to your genetic information should be just as commonplace.

P.S. We’re hiring!


119 thoughts on “Introducing Color Genomics

  1. Congratulations! I saw the headlines and I couldn’t figure out why I knew the name :p

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *