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  1. Charity Program

CENTOGENE charity testing program

At CENTOGENE, we are dedicated to offering the greatest medical benefit to every patient; this is at the forefront of all our activities.  

Achieving a positive change in our patient’s life

Testing for rare hereditary diseases is becoming more important and also now a common diagnostic tool, with the arrival of better, more effective options for the treatment of certain diseases.

Most insurance providers cover genetic testing services but each situation is unique. If a patient is un-insured or unable to cover the costs otherwise, CENTOGENE offers genetic and biochemical testing free of charge on a research basis through our CENTOGENE Charity Testing Program (CCTP).

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How to qualify for our charity genetic testing program?

Step 1

To apply for the CCTP, patients must provide:

  • A completed and submitted CCTP application form
  • A completed lab requisition form
  • Detailed clinical information
  • A signed consent form

Step 2

A review process by CENTOGENE expert committee is guaranteed to ensure that no time is lost, which could seriously impact the patient’s quality of life.

The attending physician, as well as the health care provider, will be notified about the decision. 

Step 3

The patient agrees that CENTOGENE is allowed to use resulting data for scientific purposes* - in close collaboration with the attending physician.

Should any questions or comments arise, do not hesitate to contact us. Or simply give us a call at +49-381-203652-0.

*This data may be presented at scientific congresses or published in scientific articles in an anonymous manner to further deepen the public understanding of diagnosis and clinical treatment by interpreting the right phenotype-genotype correlation in connection. It is always CENTOGENE’s policy to keep all data strictly confidential and protecting extensively the patient’s personal information. If an application is rejected or the consent is withdrawn, all delivered information/samples will be destroyed.