I ordered the Genobiosis genetic passport to find out whether I have a hereditary predisposition to breast cancer. This is not a tribute to fashion trends; I am just really concerned about my health as my mother died from this terrible disease at a young age (a couple of years after my birth). The results are not very heartening, but now I can control the situation, not living in fear of ignorance.
For a long time, I could not determine what kind of sport to do. I had no one to look up to since there were no sports professionals in our family)) I found out that that it was possible to define this by DNA with the help of modern technologies - I decided to try it. The test results show that I have a lot of stamina, not prone to injury, thus I can do bodybuilding. I want to express my gratitude to the GENOBIOSIS company for such an opportunity to change my life for the better!
Finally, I dared to get a genetic passport, I believe that I made the right decision. I would like to maintain my skin look youthful and healthy for as long as possible, that is why I think that it is better to be aware of your predispositions to potential dermatological problems ahead of time. I shared test results with my beautician and she provided valuable recommendations on UV light skin protection.
I was raised without a father and I was always interested in my true origin. During our consultation, a geneticist explained that with a genetic passport I would not only discover my ethnicity but also see a description of all the genes inherited from my parents. This will help me avoid many health troubles. Definitely a bargain!
Despite the relatively young age, I constantly feel weary, experience difficulties in focusing, my productivity decreases... I’ve consulted with different doctors, but they could not detect any problems with my health. A genetic passport was my only hope, which did answer all my questions: I found out about increased stress and a predisposition to a deficiency of certain vitamins. I am sincerely grateful for the assistance.
I wanted to determine my true ethnic origin (there always was uncertainty) and when I got to the website of the Genobiosis laboratory I was pleasantly surprised that I can not only get this information but also a full transcript of my DNA and complete guidelines on controlling my body. I recommend it to everyone - one medically reliable test instead of a thousand unreliable ones.
Since my father was born during World War II his true origin was a big question, so for a long time, I wanted to learn more about my ancestors. Genetic tests of doubtful non-medical companies always lacked credibility, so when I got to know that based on the analysis of my saliva sent to Bucharest it is possible to process a certified genetic passport in a true laboratory, I have never once doubted the truth of the results. Totally recommend!
I decided to get a genetic passport because I have been suffering some kind of dermatological diseases since I was a teenager. I would not pay so much attention to this matter, but my relative on the mother’s side was diagnosed with melanoma, and HPV was detected in my blood... I am a bit depressed with the test results, but my dermatologist says awareness of predispositions will help to keep things under control.
Such a fulfilling emotions)) I have already got my genetic passport and the DNA decoding! I am very pleased to know that I have no genetic mutations that cause pathology! I am grateful to my parents who supported my desire to undergo testing, as well as to the GENOBIOSIS laboratory where it is conducted. I recommend passing this analysis to everyone who cares about their future!
I gave a blood sample for analysis on identifying ethnic affiliation, was genuinely impressed by the results. The point is that I grew up in a single-parent family, my mother avoided talking about my father in whatever way. Over time, I felt the need to know more about my origin. The genetic passport was a big help - I found out that I was Bulgarian for almost 50%! And that’s not all! I also have no tendency to hereditary diseases, especially diabetes and oncology, which cannot but inspire.