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Be Safe, Be Informed,
Know early

The new Luna Prenatal Test is the only noninvasive prenatal genetic test that offers reliable detection of deletions and duplications down to a resolution of 1.5 and 2.0 megabases (Mb), respectively, no false positives stemming from the maternal genotype, and less interference from high BMI.

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Getting Started

If you are pregnant or considering becoming pregnant and are interested in the Luna Prenatal Test, speak with your OB provider to see if this test is right for you. Please download and print the one-page information sheet to take to your provider or direct them to our website for further information and instructions.

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The only noninvasive prenatal genetic test providing highly accurate results as early as 8 weeks into pregnancy.

Whether your pregnancy is considered low risk or high risk, you want to confirm results of another test, or you’re considering NIPT, CVS or amniocentesis, our test could be a better option for you.

As Early As 8 Weeks
Blood Test Only
No Risk To Fetus
Broad Detection*
More Accurate Than NIPT
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*Luna detects chromosomal aneuploidies (i.e. Down syndrome) and other DNA abnormalities (i.e. small deletions).

Is the Luna Prenatal Test Right For You?



The Luna Prenatal Test provides a safer alternative to more invasive genetic tests like amniocentesis and CVS and offers no risk to the fetus. If you have obtained an abnormal genetic screening test or ultrasound, ask your doctor about the Luna Prenatal Test.




One of the most important feelings you can have is certainty. If you are 35 or older, have been labeled as having a high-risk pregnancy, or simply want to obtain the most comprehensive and accurate genetic information on your child, then ask your doctor about the Luna Prenatal Test.




Luna's proprietary process allows detection of genetic abnormalities earlier than any other procedure available. If you are between 8-22 weeks of pregnancy and would like to know the genetic health of your child, then ask your doctor about the Luna Prenatal Test.


How the Luna Prenatal Test Works

Your reliable test results are four easy steps away.

Step 1

Draw blood

Blood is drawn and shipped overnight to Luna’s CLIA-certified laboratory (CAP accreditation pending).

Step 2

Isolate cells

Luna’s lab isolates fetal cells from the mother’s blood. Luna’s unique approach provides highly accurate results analyzing multiple cells, one cell at a time.

Step 3

Analyze Cell Genetics

Luna’s lab directors analyze individual cells for common trisomies as well as other chromosomal abnormalities, even small ones, that NIPT does not detect reliably.

Step 4

Report to Provider

A report is then sent to the provider who ordered the test. Once results are ready (typically in 10-14 days), our genetic counselors and lab directors are available to discuss results with your physician and/or genetic counselor.

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"This test is incredible and will supplant cell-free NIPTs in short order.

Hope the company has the bandwidth to test what is likely to become a flood of samples. The fact that it’s a diagnostic and can take the place of amnio/CVS is a really big deal. Even couples who are enthusiastic about genetic testing have some reservations about these tests due to their invasive nature. The Luna Test changes this."

~Mark Zylka, Ph.D. researcher at UNC working on prenatal CRISPR treatment for Angelman syndrome
"If I’d had the option to take the Luna Prenatal Test to avoid the wait, I would not have hesitated.

After receiving an abnormal screening result from my noninvasive prenatal test (NIPT), I had to wait two months until I could undergo amniocentesis. It turned out the NIPT result was a false positive, but the months of waiting to get a normal diagnostic result on the health of my growing fetus were the two most difficult months of my life."

~Kim S., mother who experienced amniocentesis following an abnormal NIPT result.

See What Makes Our Test Better

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