What can I do about my genetic test results?

If a monogenic diagnosis is confirmed, your physician will have valuable information to propose the right measures to care for your health. If necessary, your physician can provide guidance on whether other family members should have genetic tests performed.

In the case of a complex disease, the predisposition to develop the pathology may be balanced by adopting prevention measures. Your physician can recommend the modification of certain lifestyle habits. In that case, you can take specific actions to care for your current and future health and prevent or slow down the development of the disease.