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This is a home genetic testing kit created by Advanx Health, a local healthcare brand. It requires you to collect the sample and the testing will be taken in a designated laboratory. Thanks to the home DNA test kit available in Malaysia, all you need to do is just purchase the kit online, collect the sample, and sent it to us for future testing. Detect more than 50 risks or diseases with our test kit now.
・1 DNA test kit
・1 prepaid Poslaju envelope
・1 consultation with a professional health coach
Health categories options:
・General health risks
・Allergy & sensitivity traits
・Weight management traits
・Inner potential traits
Made in: Malaysia
1. Rub the inside of your cheek with your tongue.
2. Massage your cheeks before the saliva collection
3. Make sure that you collect 2 ml of your saliva.
4. Shake the collection tube for a few times to mix your saliva with the buffering solution.
・Do not brush your teeth 30 minutes before the saliva collection.
・Do not drink water or any other drinks 30 minutes before the saliva collection.
・Do not eat 30 minutes before the saliva collection.
・Do not smoke 30 minutes before the saliva collection.
・Do not kiss 30 minutes before the saliva collection.
- It serves as prevention. It tells you about your risks of having certain diseases and helps you to take the necessary actions to prevent them.
- It serves as a guide for you to make the necessary lifestyle changes in order to improve your quality of life.
No test is 100% accurate. The DNA test result is 99% accurate.
No. It tells you about your risk of having certain diseases. A DNA test report serves as the "prevention" rather than "cure". To know about your current health condition, you might have to take other tests such as blood tests.
No. You only have to do the test once as your DNA does not change in your lifetime.
No, a positive result does not indicate that you have the disease or condition. However, it suggests that you are at risk of the illness or condition which means you have a higher chance of developing the disease or condition compared to a person who is tested negative.
No. It indicates that you have a lower chance of developing the disease or condition compared to a person who is tested negative. Besides that, you may still be at risk for the disease or condition as not all variants that contribute to a person's risk of getting a disease or condition may be known.
Not exactly, especially when the results do not have sufficient scientific and clinical data to support them. It might be misleading for the consumers.