Together, with Counsyl

Genetic screening and support for women and their families

Actionable information that can guide critical and timely health decisions

Counsyl’s genetic screens provide women and their families with early awareness about genetic conditions, so they can live informed and prepare for the future.

Whether it's starting a family...

Missy & Yan

Counsyl Foresight Carrier Screen
patients, with their daughter Sonya

Counsyl Foresight™
Carrier Screen

If you are pregnant, or just thinking about it, find out if you or your partner carry inherited conditions that could affect your family.

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Lacey O.

Counsyl Prelude Prenatal Screen
patient, carrying her first child

Counsyl Prelude™
Prenatal Screen

Get early, non-invasive insights into your baby's development as early as week 10 and learn about your baby's chance of having a chromosome condition like Down syndrome.

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...or evaluating risk for cancer.

Victoria R.

Counsyl Reliant Cancer Screen
patient, with photo of her late mother

Counsyl Reliant™
Cancer Screen

Learn about your risk of developing certain hereditary cancers before they happen and manage your risk with your healthcare provider.

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We understand that every situation is unique.

We've created the Counsyl Access Program to help make genetic screening accessible to more patients.


Personalized cost estimates

Includes an explanation of your insurance coverage as well as programs we have to help ensure screening is accessible


Broad in-network status

Chances are we are in-network with your health plan


Financial help

Prompt pay program, no-charge screening for those who qualify, and interest-free payment plans

A dedicated team of experts

A consultation with one of our board-certified genetic counselors is included with every Counsyl genetic screen. Our genetic counselors are experts dedicated to helping you understand your results. They’ll take the time to answer your questions and help direct you to the resources you may need.

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