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American Heart Month
Awareness
to
Action
February is a month dedicated to caring for our hearts. At Color, we know a variety of factors influence heart health, including genetics. Color helps you take action to learn your risks for inherited heart conditions.
Insights into inherited heart conditions to help you and your healthcare provider build a heart health plan.
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Some heart conditions can be genetic.1,2,3
1 in 200 people have a heart condition with a genetic basis. If left undetected and untreated, these conditions can be life-threatening.
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Inherited heart conditions can be successfully managed.
Finding out early can help you and your healthcare provider create a personalized plan to prevent heart disease or sudden cardiac arrest.
<div id="hs_cos_wrapper_module_158085194287918_" class="hs_cos_wrapper hs_cos_wrapper_widget hs_cos_wrapper_type_inline_text" style="" data-hs-cos-general-type="widget" data-hs-cos-type="inline_text" data-hs-cos-field="column3_text">Because inherited heart conditions can run in families, knowing whether you’re at risk can help your loved ones take care of their own heart health.</div>
This information can help your family, too.
Because inherited heart conditions can run in families, knowing whether you’re at risk can help your loved ones take care of their own heart health.
Prevention comes from action.
Clinical-grade genetics you can count on.
Unlike recreational genetic tests, Color’s precision health program offers clinical results, genetic counseling services, and actionable next steps.*
* The Color test does not diagnose cardiovascular disease. It is a physician-ordered test that can provide information about your risk for common hereditary heart conditions. Knowing your genetic risk can help you and your doctor develop a personalized screening and prevention plan.
All of Us
NIH Awards Color $4.6 million to provide Genetic Counseling for million-person study.
NorthShore
NorthShore patients get access to Color as part of preventive care.
Clinical OMICS
Teamsters Health and Welfare Fund of Philadelphia Taps Color for Genomic Health Information.
Awareness is just the first step
Observe American Heart Month by taking preventive action.
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References
  1. Semsarian C. Update on the Diagnosis and Management of Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. Heart Lung Circ. 2018;27(3):276-279.
  2. Semsarian C, Ingles J, Maron MS, Maron BJ. New perspectives on the prevalence of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2015;65(12):1249-54.
  3. Fteropoulli T, Stygall J, Cullen S, Deanfield J, Newman SP. Quality of life of adult congenital heart disease patients: a systematic review of the literature. Cardiol Young. 2013;23(4):473-85.