Having a genetic predisposition does not necessarily mean a particular, medical condition or disease will occur in our lifetime. The appearance of specific traits also depends on lifestyle, diet, physical activity, addictions, and the environment in which we live. An example would be the variants in the GPX2 and FMO3 genes that increase the risk of lung cancer in smokers. By taking the right actions - in this case, by avoiding tobacco smoke - we can reduce the risk, and prevent certain adverse effects from occurring. However, it is important to be aware that we have these predispositions, that they are encoded in our DNA.
The recipe for a better life is in your DNA
With a DNA test you can find out exactly where your personal medical risk is.
With this knowledge you can approach your life more carefully. You can change your behaviour to minimize the risk of unwanted medical symptoms before they happen.
Thanks to our innovative preventive application, you will learn what you can do on your own, or with the help of our specialists to reduce the risk of diseases and enjoy a healthy, happy life.
personalized preventive care options
Use the IMAGENE.ME preventive test and app if:
you want to learn more about your bodyThere are 24,000 genes in your genome, and each one of them can influence specific features of your body. If you are looking for a comprehensive knowledge of the potential you have, but also - what risks there are to your health, our test is perfect for you.
you want to use data about your healthWe believe that genomic, behavioral, and biomedical data should be used for personalized, pro-health prevention. With IMAGENE.ME, you will discover how data can bring real value to your personal health development.
you need a tool that will motivate you to changeAt IMAGENE.ME, we really appreciate that prevention makes more sense when it is tailored to you and your own medical risk, thus escaping the generic advice you may encounter at every turn. We will prepare unique recommendations especially for you.
you are worried about genetic diseasesThe onset of a disease is most often the result of our genetic profile, the environment in which we live, and our lifestyle. However, there are some diseases that are conditioned by genetics. The test will tell you whether you are predisposed to them, and what you can do with this knowledge.
you want to benefit from the latest medical scienceYou don't have to read the latest scientific research in genetics to find out if scientists have linked another gene to a trait. We'll do it for you, and you'll get updated information in your genetic report in the app.
A complete genetic test for life
Genetic Predisposition Report
Personalized recommendations and articles
Medical expert consultation (coming soon)
Integration with Google Fit
Based on the data received from Google Fit, the IMAGENE.ME app will present the number of steps taken, calories burned and distance traveled.
You will receive personalized advice based on, among other things, data derived from your recorded level of physical activity.
You can disconnect Google Fit from the IMAGENE.ME app at any time. Just select the "Disconnect from Google Fit" button from the IMAGENE.ME app screen. The IMAGENE.ME app will then lose access to all Google Fit data and will no longer use it.
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It’s amazing how much you can learn about yourself from a genetic test. I found out that I have a polymorphism in the FGFR4 gene, which is associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer. I immediately signed up for a follow-up test, and I plan to repeat it as often as possible.
Interestingly, I also learned a lot of things that will allow me to change my daily habits. For example, I metabolize caffeine poorly (or rather, I have a predisposition to it), which is 100% confirmed, and until now I didn’t know why coffee doesn’t work for me and I only feel worse after it.
It seems like a small thing, but there are dozens of such small things in the report.Karol Kozon34 years old, programmer
The first diet that makes sense for me
I’ll freely admit that I was primarily interested in finding out if there was something in my genes that made me react so poorly to certain foods.
Not only did I learn about my predisposition to peanut allergies, increased sodium sensitivity, and increased risk of iron deficiency, (which I had no idea about!), but also, after completing the questionnaires, I received a set of really, helpful recommendations based on information about my eating habits. Amazing!Paweł Augustyniak31 years old businessman
step 1Request a testChoose one of the packages and place your order online.
step 2Check your mailboxGet an e-mail with instructions and documents to be completed. After verifying your request, we will proceed to process your order.
step 3Use the self-sampling kitReceipt within 3-5 days.
step 4Send your test backSend your completed test back to us in the box you received - free of charge delivery.
step 5What we do nextWhen your Genetic Predisposition Report is ready, you will receive a notification in the IMAGENE.ME app.
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Constant data updatesWhenever a scientific study appears that links a particular gene to an important medical predisposition, we will update your report. This is how our users learned about the risk of severe COVID-19, among other things.
Pro-health recommendationsBy completing information about your daily habits, you'll gain access to personalized recommendations in key health areas. You will be able to plan activities which will help you lead a healthier life more effectively.
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Questions & Answers
Does having a predisposition for a disease mean that I will get it?
What is a genetic test?
A genetic test is used to find out whether changes are present in a person's genes or chromosomes, and what effect these changes may have on a person's health and life.
Genetic testing is commonly associated with paternity tests or tests carried out on pregnant women who are at risk of developing birth defects. However, it can also indicate a predisposition to certain diseases, conditions - or simply traits. The terms genetic testing and DNA testing are synonymous.
During the test, genetic material, or DNA, isolated from a person's cells undergoes a series of complex processes. The resulting data is analyzed by our specialists to detect significant genetic variants.
What impact do genes have on our health and life?
Genes are a key set of instructions for the proper functioning of our cells, tissues, organs, and therefore affect the functioning of our body. There are about 24,000 genes in the human genome - every person has the same genes. However, we all differ in some particularities in the gene sequences - our genetic variants are different. In an ideal system, all genes carry the correct genetic information, and optimally manage the body's condition. However, because of the very large number of genes in our genome, and because of the large genomic space occupied by genes (about 45 million nucleotides in DNA), there are often changes in gene sequences that cause certain mechanisms to malfunction.
What is personalized medicine?
Personalized medicine is based on the premise that each human body is different and unique, and the disease we are trying to treat may have a different cause and may progress in each person in a distinctive way. Thus, the treatment should be based on the real data of the person being treated, and be tailored to the actual needs of his or her body.
Consequently, personalized medicine is based on the adaptation of a specific therapeutic process (eg, the use of a targeted drug or the adequate dose of a drug) to a specific patient, and not only to the disease occurring in that patient.
The essence of personalized medicine is to identify and understand the molecular causes of a disease and the details of its course. A variety of individual patient characteristics are considered in the selection of modern personalized therapy, in particular genetic/molecular information, but also behavioral data, and the medical history of the person being treated.