Cancer is the leading cause of death for Americans between the ages of 40 and 79. Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for both men and women in the US.

Lung cancer is the world's deadliest cancer. It kills more Americans than the next three cancers combined - breast, prostate and colon - at half the incidence rate.

About Orbit Genomics

Our mission is to leverage our proprietary OrbiSeq™ technology platform for early disease detection, treatment and prevention of complex diseases.


Our game-changing OrbiSeq™ technology platform analyzes repetitive DNA which uniquely reflects both inherited and acquired disease risk.

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Your DNA's early warning system

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Since the first sequencing of the human genome in 2003, tremendous gains have been made in understanding hereditary cancer syndromes, with over 50 having been identified. Genetic tests to assess a person’s inherited risk of developing certain cancers are abundant. However, the tests are not clinically actionable for most healthy people. Genetic mutations measure population risk, not individual risk. Genetic mutations (SNPs) identify increased disease risk, but their presence doesn’t guarantee disease will occur, and their absence doesn’t guarantee disease will not occur. Complex diseases are caused by a combination of genetic mutations and environmental factors, including lifestyle. Orbit Genomics’ proprietary OrbiSeq technology platform analyzes a different part of your DNA that uniquely reflects both inherited predisposition to disease and the risk you’ve acquired from from living. We analyze your DNA’s early warning system.

  • Science & Technology

    Accelerating precision medicine by developing clinically actionable tests.

  • Product Pipeline

    Improving lung cancer diagnosis.

  • About Us

    Founded as a collaboration between Dr. Harold “Skip” Garner and Ventac Partners.

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