The Genetic Information Non-discrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) ensures that an individual’s genetic information can not be used for discriminatory practices.
Congenital chimeras are rare and often come to attention due to ambiguous genitalia or a discrepancy in the sex chromosome
Prenatal screening for the 22q11.2 deletion is now available by cell-free DNA screening, also known as noninvasive prenatal screening.
Understanding your risk factors for heart disease is a great first step towards taking care of your heart.
People now have a new option to determine if not they are carriers of abnormal hemoglobin genes, including those for sickle cell disease,
Quest and Athena are two of 12 laboratories on the list identified by ClinGen as meeting requirements for data sharing to support quality assurance.
Quest Diagnostics employs more than 30 genetic counselors who are board certified by the American Board of Genetic Counseling.
Virginia Lt. Governor Ralph Northam recently visited the Quest Diagnostics Nichols Institute in Chantilly to find out more about the innovative, cutting-edge work we do at the facility.