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Project Heritage

For the most vulnerable among us
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Our Mission

The Center for Genomic Interpretation is a non-profit organization founded by genetics industry leaders who are passionate about providing reliable information about genetic tests to improve patient outcomes.

Through Project Heritage, the Center for Genomic Interpretation uses the combined decades of clinical genetics industry experience to provide you quality research about your genetic test results.

Can your baby’s genetic test result be wrong?

Sometimes, yes. Genetic test results can be wrong.

Most genetic test results ordered by your clinician are correct. But sometimes they aren’t, even if your clinician doesn’t realize it. One mother-to-be was devastated by her genetic test results but started asking the right questions.

Our Services

 

Scientific Support

Support to better understand the scientific accuracy limits of the genetic test(s) used to diagnose the unborn baby.

Information & Resources

Provide balanced information about the genetic condition in question to support the decision-making process.

Peer Support

Matching of expecting mothers to a family raising a child with the same or similar condition as predicted for the fetus.

Adoption Education & Service

Open discussion about special needs adoption. Free adoption services and counseling for the birthing mother before, during and after adoption.

All our services are provided at absolutely no cost to you

Through Project Heritage, Special Angels Adoption collaborates with the Center for Genomic Interpretation to help mothers better understand the accuracies and possible inaccuracies of their fetal genetic test.

For expecting parent(s) who learn that their baby will have special needs, or may be born with special needs, Special Angels Adoption provides support. Special Angels Adoption also provides expecting parent(s) with the option to place their special needs baby with an experienced and loving adoptive family in situations where the birth parents feel unable to sufficiently care for a special needs child. This decision can be made even after birth.

Center for Genomic Interpretation

The Center for Genomic Interpretation is a non-profit organization founded by genetics industry leaders who are passionate about providing reliable information about genetic tests to improve patient outcomes.

Through Project Heritage, the Center for Genomic Interpretation uses the combined decades of clinical genetics industry experience to provide you quality research about your genetic test results.

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