The only test that screens mother + baby

for 5 commonly inherited conditions from a single tube of blood:

  • cystic fibrosis
  • spinal muscular atrophy
  • sickle cell disease
  • alpha thalassemia
  • beta thalassemia

1 in 9 expecting mothers carry one of the gene mutations for these conditions.

Doctors recommend all pregnant women are offered testing for these conditions.

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends all women who are thinking about becoming pregnant or who are already pregnant to be offered carrier screening for cystic fibrosis, hemoglobinopathies, and spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).

test tube

One simple test1. Results in 2 weeks.

Find out if your baby is at risk with one simple test. UNITYTM requires only one tube of blood from your arm, so it's safe for you and your baby

Our patented sequencing technology provides 1,000-fold higher resolution. Unlike all other carrier screening, we don't need father's DNA sample to assess fetus risk.

UNITY simplified workflow
Traditional Carrier Screening


carrier screening


carrier screening not required

Fetal Risk

assessment included

Fetal Risk

assessment method
invasive CVS / amniocentesis

Total Time

for results
2 weeks
4-6 weeks maternal + paternal

Total Cost

single fee
multiple fees

Affordable for All

UNITYTM allows all women to have access to safe, accurate and affordable prenatal screening for 5 of the most commonly inherited conditions.

  • Medicaid and all insurance accepted
  • A typical out-of-pocket* cost is under $100

* Based on internal billing data. Exact out-of-pocket expense depends on your insurance details. Please contact support for more details. An affordable cash-pay option is available if you are not insured or you prefer not to go through insurance.

Questions About Billing?

Free Genetic Counseling

  • Our board-certified and licensed genetic counselors are available to answer your questions and help you understand your results
  • Contact us to schedule a free appointment
Talk to a Genetic Counselor

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I get UNITY testing?

UNITY is a physician-ordered test. Please call us or email us at so we can help you get the testing done through your OB or midwife. 

Is UNITY covered by my insurance?

We accept all insurances including Medicaid. Medical guidelines recommend every pregnant woman to be screened for the disorders covered on UNITY, therefore, all major private insurance and Medicaid cover the testing. 

Depending on your insurance details, there may be a co-payment or deductibles you might have to pay. If you have any questions or concerns with testing cost, please email us at or call us at 650-460-2551.

Is UNITY right for me?

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (medical society for OBGYNs) recommends every pregnant woman to be screened for these disorders.

UNITY screens for commonly inherited disorders: 1 in 25 Northern Europeans are carrier for cystic fibrosis. 1 in 8 African Americans are carrier for sickle cell disease. 1 in 54 men and women worldwide are carrier for Spinal Muscular Atrophy. 

If you are a Ashkenazi Jewish, French Canadian, or Cajun decent, we recommend you consider our expanded carrier screening panel. Please ask your doctor or reach out to us for more questions at or 650-460-2551.

How is your test different from non-invasive prenatal tests for Down syndrome?

UNITY currently does not screen for aneuploidies such as Down syndrome. UNITY is an alternative carrier screening test. We perform carrier screening for CF, SMA, and hemoglobinopathies and provide single gene NIPT for a fetus at risk for disease.

How long does it take to get the result?

Most patients get the result within 10 business days since we receive the sample. Please talk to your provider for the test result.

I have more medical questions. Can I talk to the genetic counselor before taking the test?

Yes, we provide pre-test counseling for free. To schedule an appointment, please call at 650-460-2551 or email us at

Contact Support

1 (650) 460-2551

Patient Resources

Brochure (Patient)


Index Card

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Financial Assistance Form

Financial Assistance Form

  1. Small number of cases require a secondary draw, which include when the gestational age is under 10 weeks, the fetal fraction is less than 5%, or when the test is inconclusive
  2. Followed by invasive diagnostic testing for <1% high-risk cases