COVID-19 Impact Risk Report

Geneticists have turned up intriguing links between DNA and the COVID-19 disease. Some studies suggest that patients with certain types of genetic variation that is also known for predisposition to cognitive decline, seem to be at greater risk and may experience severe illness if infected by the Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2).

In this report, a DNA file is analyzed for such risk impact assessment.

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Disclaimer: COVID-19 Impact Risk Report is NOT designed to mitigate, prevent, treat, diagnose, or cure COVID-19. The report estimates impact risk on health once and if someone is infected by the virus according to the latest studies published. The reuslt of the assessment may change over time per new findings by the scientific community. The assessment can NOT be used to make any health decision, or change in routines. In the United States, CDC Guidelines must be followed. Reffer to your local health authority and guidelines published to protect yourself from the disease.

If you experience any of the following symptoms, seek medical service immediately: dry cough, fever, sore throat, respiratory illness and difficulty breathing.

 

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What's included:

  • DNA Sample Collection Kit to be used at-home

  • COVID-19 Impact Risk Assessment Report

  • 17 Vitamin Deficiency DNA Reports

  • 5 Basic Wellness Reports

  • Ancestry Reports

  • DNA File can be used to order additional DNA Health Reports

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Silverberry COVID-19 Response:

  • Corona Expert: FAQ and most recent updates about the virus. Learn More
  • COVID-19 Genomic Study. Learn More
  • Safe Office: Services to safely reopen dental offices. Learn More

 

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