We bring the world of genetics to you.
23andMe is an at-home DNA analysis service that can help you make discoveries about yourself and your family. Receive your easy-to-use saliva collection kit within three to five days. In approximately four to six weeks after receiving your sample, 23andMe will provide you with more than 125 online genetic reports in three key areas: ancestry, traits and health. This genetic service includes reports that meet FDA standards and are generated based on your individual DNA analysis performed in a CLIA-certified lab.
Follow these three easy steps to receive your 23andMe First Responder discount:
1. Verify your First Responder ID by clicking on the button above.
2. Upon verification, you will be automatically redirected to the 23andMe cart page for First Responder.
3. Free shipping will be automatically applied upon completion of your order.
How it works.
It takes just 3 simple steps. Order your kit and provide a saliva sample from home. Mail it back to a CLIA-certified lab. Then you’ll be notified when your reports are ready online. Our service is exclusively online. You'll receive your genetic reports through a password-protected account at 23andme.com, and you'll have access to additional web-based tools and features.
No membership fee
No monthly subscription
Receive 125+ personalized genetic reports (see details below)
Grow with us. Over the past year we have added new reports to our service. Additional reports are expected this year.
What you get.
Ancestry Service includes:
Ancestry Reports and Tools (35+ reports + tools): Discover your ancestral origins, trace your lineage and connect with new genetic relatives who share your DNA and ancestors. Find out where your DNA comes from around the world. See a percentage breakdown by region, including East Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Europe and more. Explore genetic matches or even share and compare your reports, so you can explore the genetic similarities and differences between you and family members. Find out how much of your DNA is derived from Neanderthals and how that compares to others. Also see specific Neanderthal DNA that is associated with traits that you might have — like height and sneezing after eating chocolate.
Health + Ancestry Service includes the Ancestry Reports and Tools above, plus:
Carrier Status Reports (40+ reports): If you are starting a family, find out if you are a carrier for certain inherited conditions.**
Wellness Reports (5+ reports): See how your DNA relates to your caffeine consumption, lactose digestion and your muscle type. Learn how your genes may play a role in your well-being and lifestyle choices.
Traits Reports (30+ reports): Explore what makes you unique, from food preferences to physical features. Find out your likelihood of having certain characteristics. See how your DNA affects your hair color, taste preferences and more.
Find out why more than one million people are experiencing their genetics through 23andMe. Order your kit today.
*Exclusive free shipping to your residence and back to the lab ($9.95 value) is valid in the U.S. only (including U.S. territories) on 23andMe Personal Genetic Service purchases made by verified First Responders subscribed to ID.me. Eligible First Responders must use the specific URL available via ID.me when placing the order to receive free shipping. Free shipping offer is good for the order's "ship-to" address anywhere in the U.S. (including U.S. territories) and for standard shipping only. If you choose another shipping option, additional charges will apply. No adjustments for DNA kits which have already been purchased. Kits must be used in and returned from within the U.S./U.S. territory. Offer is non-transferable, not valid for cash or cash equivalent and subject to change without notice. Not valid on international shipments. Offer can only be combined with a 10% off additional kits purchased on the same order.
**Our tests can be used to determine carrier status in adults from saliva collected using an FDA-cleared collection device (Oragene·DX model OGD-500.001), but cannot determine if you have two copies of the genetic variant. Each test is most relevant for people of certain ethnicities. The tests are not intended to diagnose a disease, or tell you anything about your risk for developing a disease in the future. On their own, carrier status tests are not intended to tell you anything about the health of your fetus, or your newborn child’s risk of developing a particular disease later in life.