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 Cystic Fibrosis Profile, DNA Analysis (32 Mutation)


Also known as: CF Carrier Detection. This test is used to help determine affected or carrier status for the 32 most common CF mutations. Includes the mutation profile currently recommended by the American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). Testing takes 10 to 14 business days for completed results to release.

Synonyms:

CF Carrier

Discount Price: $440.70

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MDLabTests.com is now available in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts & Rhode Island for Wellness & STD Testing ONLY (part of a limited usage pilot program). Maryland is still unavailable for the time being. We have made a series of updates to our Terms Of Use & HIPAA notices. If you have any questions please, call our Customer Service Specialists at 866-328-9443.

PLEASE NOTE - Once an order is placed, there is typically a 24 hour turn-around (during our normal business hours Mon-Fri 8a-5p) before your order will be processed and your requisition uploaded to your Account Management page. This is an online physician referral service where you must order and pay for all of your services prior to visiting the collection site. Our physician network will review all orders & results to recommend additional counsel or treatment, if needed. Each order has a processing fee of $6.00 applied to the order at checkout, per order. If you order (4) or more tests in a single order, the $6.00 processing fee will be waived. For the closest collection site, simply click on the tab "Locate A Test Center" and enter your zip code. Patients ordering STD Testing will receive an email instructing them to call in and speak with a representative by phone prior to receiving a written copy of their results via secure email. All positive STD results may be required, by law, to be reported to your State and/or local public health authority.

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