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What Is Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) refers to a cognitive illness that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking, reasoning, and behavioral abilities. It is one of the many types of Dementia.

What Is DISCERN™?

DISCERN™ helps a healthcare provider determine whether you have AD or another form of Dementia.

How Is The DISCERN™ Test Taken?

A certified healthcare provider will collect a small skin sample from your forearm using a safe and minimally-invasive skin punch.

Who Should Take The DISCERN™ Test?

If you are experiencing a slow decline in memory, thinking, reasoning, and behavior, you should talk to your healthcare provider. Your healthcare provider can determine whether the DISCERN™ test is right for you.

If My Family Has A History Of Alzheimer’s Disease, Should I Take The DISCERN™ Test?

You should discuss the DISCERN™ test with your healthcare provider, who can determine whether the DISCERN™ test is right for you.

How Do I Get The DISCERN™ Test?

Only a healthcare provider can order the DISCERN™ test. We can help you find a provider in your area or help educate a provider of your choice. Contact us today to visit one of our certified medical providers or how we may support the provider of your choice.

What Happens After The Test Is Completed?

Your test sample will be sent to our laboratory, where our scientists will incubate and grow the sample to analyze it for the presence of DISCERN™ biomarkers.

When Do I Get The Results?

A lab report with the test results will be sent to your healthcare provider when the test is complete. Depending upon how your skin cells grow, your healthcare provider should expect a report within 6-12 weeks.

Is The DISCERN™ Test Covered By Insurance, Medicare, Or Medicaid?

The DISCERN™ test is new and is not currently covered by private or public insurance. As we work to establish reimbursement for the DISCERN™ test, patients are responsible for paying for the test, but payment plans are available.