About our NIPS test
We spent the last decade pioneering the development and commercialization of non-invasive prenatal screening. Here are the 8 things that you should know about non-invasive prenatal screening before you order.
We are proud to introduce groundbreaking genetic screening technology designed to provide expectant parents with safe and accurate insights into your baby's wellbeing. Developed after rigorous clinical evaluation, Hazel™ has undergone extensive testing to ensure its reliability and precision. To learn more about our study and delve into the scientific evidence behind Hazel™ capabilities, we invite you to explore our published research.
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Designed to provide you with vital insights into your baby's health, Hazel™ and Hazel™ Plus offer you peace of mind without the need for risky invasive procedures. Utilizing advanced next-gen sequencing technology, Hazel™ and Hazel™ Plus screens for genetic conditions as early as 9 weeks. Hazel™ Plus offers additionally comprehensive information to answer all of your pressing questions or concerns regarding sex chromosome aneuploidies.
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What is NIPS (Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening)?
Guide To Understanding Aneuploidy
How Does Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening (NIPS or NIPT) Work?
You have questions? We got answers.
How early can I take a Hazel™ NIPS test?
Hazel™ NIPS tests can be performed as early as 9 weeks into your pregnancy, counting from the first day of your last menstrual period.
What’s the difference between the Hazel™ and Hazel™ Plus Tests?
The Hazel™ NIPS test and the Hazel™ NIPS test both screen for trisomy 21, 18, and 13, and predict fetal sex. The Hazel™ NIPS test also screens for the sex chromosome aneuploidies Monosomy X, XXY syndrome, Triple X syndrome, and XYY syndrome.For more information, watch our Hazel™ vs. Hazel™ Plus video here: Learn More
Can I order the Hazel™ or Hazel™ Plus for myself, or does it need to be ordered by my doctor?
Either way! You can order a Hazel™ NIPS test directly through our website. Because Hazel™ and Hazel™ Plus are medical screens, you’ll be asked for additional health information after placing your order. A physician will then review your order, approve it, and we’ll ship your kit to you. Alternatively, your prenatal care provider can order Hazel™ on your behalf directly from Juno. If your provider doesn't have a JunoDx provider account, they can sign up here or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I buy a Hazel™ NIPS tests for someone else?
Not at this time. Because Hazel™ NIPS tests are medical screening tests that require personal health information as part of the fulfillment process, Hazel™ tests are only available to order for personal use.
How accurate are the results of Hazel™ tests?
Hazel™ NIPS tests screen for trisomies 21, 18, and 13 with >99% sensitivity and specificity when patients follow our easy, video-assisted process for collection.
In addition to the above, Hazel™ Plus NIPS also screens for the sex chromosome aneuploidies Monosomy X, XXY syndrome, Triple X syndrome, and XYY syndrome with >95% sensitivity when patients follow our easy, video-assisted process for collection.
For more information, please read our peer-reviewed clinical validation study here: Learn More
Does JunoDx offer genetic counseling?
Yes! If you purchase a Hazel™ NIPS test, you can schedule a genetic counseling video appointment with a licensed and board-certified JunoDx genetic counselor at no additional cost.
What happens if I receive a high-risk result?
If you receive an increased risk result, JunoDx’s licensed and board-certified genetic counselors are available by video appointment to walk you through your results and next steps. We also recommend discussing your Hazel™ results with your doctor since the results of this screening test may impact your prenatal care and birth plan.
How do I share my results with my doctor?
You can download a PDF copy of your lab report through your myJuno portal.