Genetic testing identifies individual's health status.

A genetic test is a medical procedure that examines a person's DNA to find gene mutations or variants that may be linked to a higher risk of developing a certain disease or condition. Additionally, inherited illnesses can be identified by genetic testing, as the carrier status of an individual and treatment options. Blood, saliva, and tissue are just a few of the sample types that can be used for genetic testing. A genetic test package consists of a group of genetic tests offered together, often focused on a particular condition or disease. The cost and content of the package can vary depending on the provider. The cost of genetic testing varies according to the test and laboratory. A genetic report then summarises the results of genetic testing, including any identified genetic variations or mutations that may impact an individual's health.