HFE Hemochromatosis DNA Test
Find out if you are at increased risk
- A common genetic disorder resulting in excess iron accumulation in the body
- 1 in 9 people of European ancestry carry one of the HFE genetic mutations
- Early diagnosis and treatment is essential to prevent complications
- Serious complications and death can occur if untreated
- Simple mouth swab DNA test with results in 1 – 2 weeks
The gene most commonly associated with hereditary hemochromatosis is the HFE gene. There are three mutations in this gene (C282Y, H63D and S65C) that can increase the risk of hemochromatosis.
About Hemochromatosis DNA Testing
What is the HFE gene? What are my risks of developing hemochromatosis if I have one of the mutations in the HFE gene?
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