- Are there genetic tests for depression and other psychiatric disorders?
- Is there genetic testing available for the detection of autism?
- I have heard that genetic testing can show incidental findings for heart disease. What does that mean?
- I am pregnant. What should I know about prenatal genetic testing?
- What neurological diseases can be found with genetic testing?
- Are there genetic tests for rare neurologic diseases like Huntington’s disease?
- What can genetic testing predict in cardiovascular disease in the age of COVID-19?
- Who may be the first person to start a conversation about genetic testing with you?
- What does the future hold for genetic testing?
- BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes: What are they and why are they important?
- What about genetic testing for cancer?
- What about cardiomyopathy? I had a family member experience sudden death and I want to know what my risks are.
- Does my physician does need to be intimately familiar with the details of genetic testing to appropriately order and interpret tests for coronary artery disease (CAD)?
- What are some of the general principles in genetic testing for cardiovascular disease?
- How do I decide to get genetic counseling and what are some of the open clinical trials?
- Are at-home genetic tests useful to detect cancer risks?
- What types of genetic testing should be considered before pregnancy and what are my choices if a genetic disorder is suspected if I do get pregnant?
- Who should consider genetic testing and genetic counseling for cancer risk?
- Are there practice guidelines and referral indications which my doctor follows for cancer predisposition assessment?
- NIH Genetic Testing Registry (GTR): What information can I obtain and what happens to gene testing that relates to GTR?
- Is there a genetic testing registry where I can get more information?
- Are there genetic tests for families that have a family member with sudden death?
- What should you do if the genetic testing shows incidental findings and what are examples of those disorders?
- What are the most important things to remember about genetic testing?
- Genetic Testing for Inherited Cardiovascular Diseases: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association