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ARE you more than 5 weeks pregnant and need a DNA Paternity test?
In the past the only way to do a Prenatal DNA test was with amniotic fluid and it was very risky, expensive ($1,000's) for the baby.
"I receive an average of 1 to 2 calls each month asking for prenatal paternity testing; however, once they ask their doctor to collect a sample of amniotic fluid, I never hear from them again because withdrawing amniotic fluid is too risky to the baby, and very costly.
Home invasion Rape victims want to know if the baby is their husbands or the rapist’s in order to make important family medical decisions. TODAY, we can do it for less than $1,000 using a blood sample drawn from the mothers arm; no more risky amniotic procedures."
ARCpoint of Lansing is the only authorized collection site in Michigan that is certified to facilitate and process this collection for Prenatal Paternity DNA testing only after just 5 weeks of pregnancy. This revolutionary and relatively low cost, low risk process is a miracle of modern DNA science.
According to Dr. Ravinder Dhallan, M.D./Ph.D., M.B.A. Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ravgen, "Not only will this diagnostic approach change prenatal testing, it has broad application and is amenable to high-throughput screening of gene mutations, laying a path for major advances in the early detection of a multitude of diseases including: breast, prostate and colon cancer."
For more information on this revolutionary miracle of modern NA science for noninvasive fetal DNA testing, visit www.revgen.com