Core test results (trisomy 21, 18, and 13) are reported as a positive or negative; never a percentage, and never a maybe.
With very low published (0.9%) and commercial (~1.5%) non-reportable rates, your patients can count on fast, clear answers and accurate results, and may avoid a retest or a potentially unnecessary invasive procedure.
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