GENSCAN® (Full body genetic test)


GENSCAN® is the ultimate guide to life, health and vitality. Through an analysis of over 300 gene variants, GENSCAN® provides you with a detailed test report answering questions such as “How your body works” and “What you can do to remain healthy”.

Targeting the 23 most common diseases in the UK, GenScan® seeks to provide a genetic scan of your body.


BRCA1,2 SCREEN (Breast and ovarian cancer)

GHC Genetics Brca Screen

BRCA1,2 SCREEN genetic analysis detects the presence of the 24 most frequent mutations of the BRCA genes in our population that lead to an increased risk of cancer, including inherited risk.

This test enables the detection of 60.5% of the most frequent mutations in the BRCA1 gene and 36.2% of mutations in the BRCA2 gene.


CARDIOGEN® (Cardiovascular diseases)

GHC Genetics CardioGen

The risk is considered to be over 45 years for men and over 55 for women. The condition atherosclerosis, which is more common in men than in women before menopause, has a major influence on the development of a number of cardiovascular diseases.

The CARDIOGEN® test can detect the risk of heart and blood vessel disease, even before the first clinical symptoms occur.


DENTALGEN® (Risk of periodontitis)

GHC Genetics DentalGen

Many people believe that the diseases of the oral cavity (mouth) called periodontitis cannot be related at all. The opposite is true.

This disease, which fatally affects the teeth and has negative consequences for the overall health of the individual, affects more than a third of the population in different forms. The DENTALGEN® examines the presence of strains of bacteria causing periodontitis, contributing to its detection in the early stages of the disease.


GENFORMEN® (Genetic analysis for men)


GENFORMEN® is a genetic analysis designed specifically for men. It provides the opportunity to identify potential health risks ahead of time and to provide prevention or help to change lifestyle in a timely manner.

It can predict, for example, an increased risk of lung cancer or prostate cancer, and early detection leads to better treatment outcomes in general.


GYNGEN® (Genetic analysis for women)

GHC Genetics GynGen

Modern medicine, with all its developments, tries to completely prevent serious illnesses, or to detect and cure them in their early stages, when they can deal with them most effectively.

It uses the latest findings of molecular genetics and offers a comprehensive genetic analysis focused primarily on women. GYNGEN®, our genetic test specifically for women, can provide such information.


Androgenic Alopecia (Genetic examination)

GHC Genetics Androgenic Alopecia

Hair loss affects men in particular, but in some cases also a certain percentage of women. The causes of hair loss can vary from immunological, allergic to genetic. Androgenic alopecia is a genetic condition and has a characteristic appearance.

The appearance and slower hair growth affects a specific part of the head, the hair is sharply bounded with the horseshoe stripe on the sides and the back of the head.


CELIAC DISEASE (Genetic examination)

GHC Genetics Celiac Disease

A Gluten-free diet can now be considered a fashion trend. A lot of people now follow this trend, including professional athletes. But for some they have not chosen this fashion trend voluntarily.

Our genetic test can almost exclude the possibility of celiac disease occurring in your body and can also reduce the number of unpleasant endoscopies that are used to confirm the diagnosis of the disease.


FRUCTOSE INTOLERANCE (Genetic examination)

GHC Genetics Fructose Intolerance

Hereditary fructose intolerance is an inherited disease that manifests itself as an inability to metabolize fructose and fruit sugars. Fructose is mainly contained in fruit - fruit syrups, compotes, marmalades - but also in honey, sauerkraut, cruciferous or onion vegetables.

For the affected person long-term fructose intake can lead to severe liver and kidney damage.


HISTAMINE INTOLERANCE (Genetic examination)

GHC Genetics Histamine Intolerance

HIT can cause intolerance of some foods. Histamine is present in foods primarily due to the maturation and fermentation process as it is produced by the action of bacteria (bacterial decarboxylation) from the amino acid histidine.

This is the cause of high histamine content in foods that are microbially produced, fermented or stored for a long time. Histamine cannot be destroyed by heat treatment or freezing.


LACTOSE INTOLERANCE (Genetic examination)

GHC Genetics Lactose Intolerance

You may have heard a word about lactose intolerance. The partial or total inability of the digestive tract to process lactose, ie milk sugar, is very common today. Lactose intolerance affects approximately every sixth member of the population.

So take a genetic test to confirm or deny painlessly whether your potential digestive problems are caused by this disease, but also whether you have a predisposition to it.


GENEALOGY (Genetic origin)

GHC Genetics Genealogy

Did your ancestors live in China or North America? Is there a person who is genetically related to you around the world?

These and many other questions will be answered by our genealogical DNA test. It can be an ideal gift for a round birthday and an interesting probe into your family history.


FAMILIA (Variety of relationships)

GHC Genetics Familia

There may be situations in your life where you need to verify or establish your biological kinship with others.

In order to make the test result unambiguous, it is necessary to also analyze the child's mother sample. However, if neither a mother's sample is available, the reliability of the outcome depends on a number of circumstances, particularly on the gender of the child. In this case, it is advisable to consult with us before the test is ordered.


DUOLINEA (Maternal and paternal lines)


A genetic test will make this search much easier and will reveal your deepest roots. The information obtained is useful for the study of family history and genealogy, for the compilation of distant kinship or pedigrees

This test determines the relevance of the human being to the Y-DNA haplope (Y-DNA clone) and also to the mtDNA haplus (clone mtDNA).


TWINS ZYGOSITY (Genetic examination)


The DNA test makes it possible to determine uniquely whether the twins are single (monozygotic) or bivalent (dizygotic). Approximately two-thirds of all twins are bivalent. Determining the zygosity of twins is not easy.

Single-sex twins are of different sex only in isolated cases when a genetic mutation occurred during intrauterine development.


PAPAGEN® (Paternity genetic test)

GHC Genetics PapaGen

Tests of paternity are well known especially in films where they usually bring a story plot. The PAPAGEN® Genetic Test is here to untie the plot and help physicians diagnose them.

Genetic analysis plays a significant role not only in the determination of paternity, but also from the medical point of view - in the case of the risk of an inherited disease or the possibility of organ donation.


MAMAGEN® (Maternirty Genetic test)

GHC Genetics MamaGen

There may be circumstances in your life that lead you to verify your biological kinship with another person. In some situations, you need to be certain that you are really the biological mother of your child or your mother's child.

Determination of biological kinship may also be important from the medical point of view, in the case of the risk of hereditary disease or the possibility of organ donation.


HPV DNA DETECTION (Human Papillomaviruses)

GHC Genetics HPV

Human papillomaviruses, which are the main cause of cervical carcinoma (cervical cancer, cervix cancer), are classified as non-enveloped DNA viruses. More than 100 types of HPV are currently known.

HPV or Human Papillomavirus (Human Papillomavirus) is considered the major cause of cervical cancer. Cervical cancer is caused by certain types of papillomavirus (HPV) and can exist in both non-malignant and malignant tumours.


STD DNA DETECTION (Sexually transmitted diseases)

GHC Genetics STD

Untreated sexual diseases and their complications can cause fertility disorders, affect pregnancy (miscarriages, premature births) but can also be transmitted to the fetus (a child with permanent consequences).

The most reliable way of preventing a long-term relationship with one uninfected partner. Protection from most sexually transmitted diseases is primarily with the use of condoms.


Resistance to HIV (Genetic examination)

GHC Genetics HIV Resistance

In HIV research, scientists have come up with very interesting findings. Some people who have very often come into contact with HIV-positive blood have either not been HIV-positive or HIV-positive.

This has led Scientists to develop a genetic examination of the differences between HIV-positive people and those who, though they could, did not become HIV-positive. Scientists have even found several genes, some of which protect humans from HIV infection or, in the event of an infection, this virus will make life unusual for humans.


TROMBOGEN® (Safe contraception)

GHC Genetics TromboGen

The risk of developing thrombi (blood clots) is 2-4 times higher in women using hormonal contraception compared to women who do not use it. If you have an inherited predisposition to hypercoagulability, you may run as much as an 80-fold risk when taking hormonal contraceptives.

Thanks to the TromboGen® test, you can find out whether you have any genetic predisposition to thrombosis (blood clotting).


TROMBOGEN® (Safe pregnancy)

GHC Genetics TromboGen

Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful times in a woman's life. You watch all the changes in your body with joy and expectation, but also with certain concerns. You gradually acquire a lot of new information to help you understand what’s happening inside you.

However, if you have a congenital predisposition for increased blood coagulation, you are at a higher risk of serious complications.


TROMBOGEN® (Safe Hormone Replacement)

GHC Genetics TromboGen

Hormone replacement is a drug for the treatment of acute climacteric syndrome and is suitable for the prevention of urogenital atrophy. Its administration is especially recommended in women with premature menopause (before the age of 40) and early menopause (before the age of 45).

If you have an increased genetic risk, you will be advised on appropriate treatment and preventive monitoring to prevent the above complications.


TROMBOGEN® (Oncological treatment)

GHC Genetics TromboGen

Deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism are a frequent complication of malignant diseases. Patients treated for a malignant tumour run an approx. 6 x higher risk of developing thrombosis compared to the healthy population.

The increased incidence of thromboembolic disease applies to patients with solid tumours, patients suffering from haematological malignancies as well as hospitalised patient and those undergoing surgery.


VISIONGEN® (Protect your vision)

GHC Genetics VisionGen

Our DNA test is simple and easy to use. Patients can be tested in store using our CE certified buccal mouth swab. All instructions are supplied in our comprehensive low cost test kit.

VisionGen tests the patient for their predispositions to age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG). Patients can learn about the likelihood of developing these vision conditions long before the onset of preliminary symptoms.