Learn More About Your
MyOme Personal Genome™
Proactive Health Report

Your MyOme Personal Genome Report identifies genetic variants in 81 genes identified by the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) for their association with cancers, heart disease, metabolic conditions and other health risks, and for their actionability when used for early screening.

Understanding Your Results

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Understanding a Positive Result

A positive result means that you have a genetic variant that increases your risk for developing disease. Within the DNA we examined, we found a genetic variant that is listed as “Likely Pathogenic” or “Pathogenic” for that specific gene. We recommend that you follow up with your healthcare provider.

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Understanding a Negative Result

A negative result means that MyOme did not find genetic variants known to increase your risk of developing a disease in the regions tested. Your risk for disease may be influenced by a combination of personal, lifestyle, genetic and/or environmental risk factors that MyOme did not analyze.


Take Action

Based on your results, your healthcare provider can work with you to better manage and prevent disease. Actions may include:


Screening for disease


Guiding future family planning


Changing diet, lifestyle, exercise


Adding specialty healthcare providers to support you


Informing family members who may also be at-risk

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The MyOme Personal Genome™ Report was developed, and its performance characteristics were determined, by MyOme, Inc., a clinical laboratory certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 (CLIA) to perform high complexity clinical laboratory testing. This test has not been cleared or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA has determined that such clearance or approval is not necessary for laboratory-developed tests.