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October 2021

Clinical Update: Genetics Institute of America featured in Laboratory Economics



As a result of passing the prestigious CAP (College of American Pathologists) Inspection with no deficiencies, Genetics Institute of America and its CEO, Holly Magliochetti, were featured in the September 2021 issue of Laboratory Economics, a monthly newsletter dedicated to providing laboratory executives with valuable business strategies and expert first-hand views on lab marketplace developments. Only one laboratory is featured per month and the editors at Laboratory Economics chose Genetics Institute because of its rare no-deficiencies accomplishment. Within the article, Magliochetti discusses the laboratory’s core mission along with what the lab is building towards, “We really want to be at the forefront of genetic testing. We also want to be sure our physicians and patients know they are not just a number to us. That is our greatest challenge as well as our greatest opportunity.”

Congratulations to the team at Genetics Institute of America for being this month’s Laboratory Economics’ featured laboratory, exceeding the standards put forth by prominent organizations, like CAP, and always putting physicians and patients first. 


Enroll your Practice in GH-101!

Genetics Institute of America is actively recruiting practices to join our study, GH-101! The objective of this study is to take an integrative approach to the fields of pharmacogenomics, cancer genomics, mRNA microarrays and nutrigenomics by identifying DNA and RNA variants in persons with chronic disease. We are looking for Physicians and Physician Groups that currently treat patients with a chronic disease including: cancer, cardiac conditions, diabetes, kidney disease, PTSD. Getting your practice involved is easy and not only gets patients the individualized health information they need but allows your practice to be on the cutting edge of genetic research. Click "Enroll Now" for more information about this study and enrolling your practice.


Have You Seen This? 

Hereditary Cancer Testing for Women Over 65


As a result of their age, women over the age of 65 years old, who are diagnosed with breast cancer, are usually not offered hereditary cancer genetic testing. 

It's All in the Genes:

Primary Care Must Join the Fight Against BRCA1/2-Related Cancers


Within the last 10 years, hereditary cancer genetic panels, which include BRCA1/BRCA2 and other high penetrance genes, have become an essential part of patient care and safety when assessing cancer risk and treatment plans.

Changing Corporate Culture:

Caring for Foster Children

Genetics Institute of America believes that it is our responsibility to care for the community we are a part of, and that corporate culture can do more to play a greater role in community solutions.


Thank you for the trust and confidence you have placed in our team here at the Genetics Institute of America. This monthly newsletter is our primary method of communicating to you important information about our testing and assays, general information about the Genetics Institute, as well as information impacting patient care and safety. If you would like to have another person in your practice receive these updates, please forward this to them so that they can subscribe.


Ana Perez-Miranda, PhD, MDxT (AAB), MB (ASCP)

Laboratory Manager and Molecular Diagnostics Supervisor

Genetics Institute of America


GIA Lab News is an educational service of Genetics Institute of America.

Genetics Institute of America is a national laboratory dedicated to heightening the awareness of early intervention and genetic screening to promote the longevity and quality of life outcomes. Our determination and research allow us to provide next generation DNA sequencing to deliver customized testing for identified genetic related cancers and other diseases.

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