Clear answers to the questions that matter

You need accurate information. The Harmony test is more accurate than traditional first trimester screening tests as demonstrated by a landmark head-to-head comparison study in over 15,000 pregnancies.2

Fewer false alarms

You want reliable information. With the Harmony test, less than 1 in 1000 pregnant women will receive a positive result for trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) in an unaffected pregnancy.3 With traditional first trimester screening, 1 in every 20 results is a false positive, 2 which can lead to anxiety and unnecessary invasive procedures.

Proven Evidence

You want results that you and your doctor can trust. The Harmony test has been used in more than 1.4 million pregnancies in more than 100 countries.4 It is the most proven cell-free DNA prenatal test available, and has superior performance in both high- and average-risk pregnancies.2

1. Norton et al. New England J of Medicine. 2015; 372(17):1589-1597. 2. Stokowski et al. Prenatal Diagn. 2015; 35:1243-1246. 3. Data on file at Ariosa Diagnostics.

 

References: 1. Norton et al. New England J of Medicine. 2015; 372(17):1589-1597. 2. Stokowski et al. Prenatal Diagn. 2015; 35:1243-1246. 3. Data on file at Ariosa Diagnostics.

 

Disclaimer: The Harmony Prenatal Test measures a woman’s risk of carrying a baby with chromosomal conditions such as trisomies 21, 18 and 13. If your test indicates a high-risk result, talk with your healthcare provider about what further diagnostic testing is needed to confirm the result. The Harmony Prenatal Test was developed by Ariosa Diagnostics, a laboratory certified by the federal government to perform high complexity testing. This test is a laboratory–developed test and has not been reviewed or approved by the FDA.

 

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The Harmony Prenatal Test measures a woman’s risk of carrying a baby with chromosomal conditions such as trisomies 21, 18 and 13. If your test indicates a high-risk result, talk with your healthcare provider about what further diagnostic testing is needed to confirm the result. The Harmony Prenatal Test was developed by Ariosa Diagnostics, a laboratory certified by the federal government to perform high complexity testing. This test is a laboratory–developed test and has not been reviewed or approved by the FDA.