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What We Do

Clinical Genomics

As an advanced clinical laboratory, Genalive provides laboratory information and services needed in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.

Why do we need Genetic testing?

An exciting new field of study examining our genes to diagnose or better treat disease.

Genetic testing provides information related to the potential risks we may have for developing specific types of diseases including birth defects, cancers, monogenic disorders and more using the new most advanced technologies to look after your health.

At Genalive, we divide our Clinical Genetic Testing into 4 categories:

Reproductive Genetics

Every year an estimated 7.9 million children—6 percent of total births worldwide—are born with a serious congenital condition of genetic or partially genetic origin. Experience shows that the prevention of congenital conditions is feasible and can be cost-effective.

Genetic testing uses specific tests to characterize the genetic status of an individual who is suspected to be at increased risk for an inherited condition. Genetic screening can predict the risk of congenital conditions (chromosomal abnormalities and single gene conditions) in a child.


The Power of Knowing

Every day patients present to their doctors with symptoms that may be unexplainable. Genetic testing can now determine if there is a genetic cause for the symptoms and allow healthcare providers to treat patients more effectively.

Every day couples are planning to start a family but fear the unknown of whether or not they are carriers of a genetic disease.

Oncology (Cancer) Genetics

Oncology genetic testing has paved the way for precision medicine by providing personalized information based on the unique biology of every cancer, and by enabling confident, individualized treatment decisions. Powered by the portfolio of BGI SENTIS™ tests, Genalive applies advanced molecular profiling to:


Prevent cancer risk with effective measurements.


Identify cancers at an early stage.


Optimize cancer treatment decisions.