Take control of your Genetic Health

Get a Genetic Test and Counseling for inherited family diseases

We help you obtain the right genetic tests to check for specific inherited diseases like certain cancers, cardiac diseases and other conditions*. You will also get a 2nd appointment to review the results and recommendations based on your genetic test.

Let Us Help You!

Not sure when you need a genetic test?

In general, not all diseases are inherited from your family genes. So, in some cases you may not need a genetic test. In addition some diseases cannot be tested via a genetic test as yet and new genetic tests are constantly being developed.

We perform a detailed assessment to order the right genetic test from over 700,000 tests available. A genetics expert will evaluate your detailed family history to look for disease patterns that may be recurring and likely being passed through to you or your children due to family genetics. We order genetic testing only when appropriate and applicable.

You will get your detailed history and genetic risk assessment as part of your first appointment. If your genetic risk assessment indicates a genetic test is required, we will order one for you after obtaining your patient consent. If a test is ordered, we will review the results with you and provide a detailed report for use with a primary care physician .

What You will get

We help patients in understanding all aspects of their Genetic risks. 

Expert Evaluation of Family History

A genetic expert evaluation of
your Personal and Family medical history.

A Personalized Genetics risk report

A personalized genetics risk report that will provide and explain your risk score for specific diseases based on your family genes.


Based on your family history and risk scores, your genetics expert will recommend next steps and any important genetic tests you or other family members could undertake. 

How it Works

Genexsure helps you understand your DNA and risk of inherited diseases in 3 easy steps.

Step 1

Schedule a 30-45 mins appointment time,  your Genetic counselor will connect with you over zoom to conduct a pre-test evaluation.

Step 2
You will need to fill out a detailed privacy protected survey about your medical history and family history.
Step 3
Based on Steps 1 and 2 your GC expert may or may not recommend a genetic test.

How much does it cost


Fixed price for Genetic Counseling Appointments up to 45 mins
Appointment fees are HSA/FSA Eligible.


Charges for any lab Genetic Tests may be
eligible for Insurance reimbursement

Frequently Asked Questions

Get all the information you need about our services by reading our F.A.Qs. Find out how we can help you make informed decisions about your health and minimize your Genetics Risks.

You may want to consider genetic testing in many scenarios. If you have a family history of disease and are worried about having inherited the diseases, you can take steps to be sure of your genetic health. You should consult with a genetic counselor or genetic expert to help you make the assessment of whether Genetic testing is right for you.

The Family History and Genetic Risk assessment service at Genexsure is the fastest and cheapest way to determine if Generic testing is appropriate for you.

In general, about 5 to 10 percent of all cancers are hereditary. However, this percentage can vary for certain types of cancers. For example - 15-20% of Breast and Ovarian cancer is hereditary. As not all cancers or inherited diseases are caused by genes or genetic mutations, You should consult with a genetic counselor or genetic expert to help you make the assessment of whether Genetic testing is right for you.

In general, some indications that may suggest a possible hereditary risk of cancer in an individual or family include:

  • receiving a cancer diagnosis at a young age (usually age 50 for breast or colon cancer)
  • receiving a diagnosis of rare cancer at any age
  • having multiple people in a family diagnosed with the same or related cancers
  • having multiple primary cancer diagnoses in the same person
  • having cancer in both sides of a paired organ (for example, both breasts or both kidneys)
  • being of certain ethnic backgrounds
  • when individuals or families have had some type of genetic mutation identified through genetic testing by another doctor, hospital, or company

Your Genetic Counselor conducts an assessment of your risk of inherited diseases caused by genetic mutation. If the genetic counselor recommends Genetic Testing, here are the steps to expect.

Step 1: As part of the recommendation for Genetic Testing, the Genetic Counselor will provide education and counseling around what to expect from a genetic test and what the results may mean to you and your family.

Step 2: For the Genetic test, a DNA sample is obtained through a saliva swab and sent to a specialized lab. The testing looks for changes, called mutations or variants, in your DNA..

Step 3: Once the results of the Genetic test are received from the lab, the genetic counselor will review the results with you in detail. Your Genetic Counselor will also help you understand what the results mean for you and your family, and if required how to talk to your family about your test results. Based on your results, your genetics expert may also provide guidance and referrals for everything from lifestyle changes to appropriate medical providers.

This assessment is made by a Genetics Expert based on you and your family medical history. In some cases, a panel test is ordered looking for specific genetic mutations known to cause certain specific types of cancers. In other cases, a broader multipanel test is ordered that looks at a variety of genes. In this type of multi-panel test we can assess multiple genes associated with a particular type of disease.

A genetic expert is trained to identify and order the appropriate test from over 700,000 genetic tests available from various labs across the country.

Our Testimonials

Genexsure has helped thousands of patients get personalized genetics tests and inherited disease risk assessments.

I worried about breast cancer for years. All of my aunts and grandmothers had it but my mother did not. I was worried whether I had it but was not sure. Genexsure helped me understand my genes, my risks and got me tested. Now I know what to do for myself and my daughters.Genexsure set my mind at ease. They were so fast and also kind and patient with my questions

I’m an active 45yr old man with a healthy lifestyle. But my father and 2 uncles died of sudden heart attacks at around the same age. I have always dreaded getting old and felt that I’m going to drop dead one-day before my boys grow up.Genexsure gave me my life back. I got tested and don’t have it but I will now get my brothers tested as well. This is a life saver and gave me confidence to dream of life beyond 50.

Thank you so much {genetics expert}. Speaking with you today was refreshing and helpful! Thank you for all the time you spent with us and for the resources. I look forward to getting in touch with others to learn more about this and to finding out ways to be proactive, as well as spreading awareness.

You were absolutely wonderful and had all the information about my concerns and questions. I appreciate you very much.

Since partnering with Genexsure I’ve had a higher success rate with screening families for inherited disease. In addition, they provide an accurate 3 generation pedigree that can be formalized in the electronic health record that serves as a roadmap for further discussions with my patients. (Cardiologist Partner)

    Understand your risk for inherited diseases based on your family genetics.

    We provide in-depth family history evaluation and risk assessment scores to help you understand your risk for specific inherited diseases.