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Genetic Test for Alzheimer's Disease

What is an ApoE4 Genetic Test?

An ApoE4 genetic test is a test that identifies the presence of the ApoE4 allele in the patient's blood. After obtaining the patient's consent, the test checks for the allele variants of the ApoE gene in the blood. The more ApoE4 alleles detected, the higher the likelihood of developing Alzheimer's disease.

Who Should Get Tested and When?

An ApoE test should be considered if Alzheimer's disease is suspected. It is particularly recommended for adults over 65 years old or for those in their 40s and 50s who frequently have trouble remembering recent events.

  • Forgetfulness

  • Decline in cognitive functions such as language skills and judgment

  • Impaired spatial awareness

  • Depression, aggression, delusions, hallucinations

  • Gait abnormalities, urinary and fecal incontinence, bedsores

Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease
Testing Process
Step 1

Book Appointment

Step 2
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Blood Test

Step 3

Laboratory Analysis

Step 4

Results Consultation

Results Consultation

Once the test results are available, the doctor will explain the ApoE status and the risk of Alzheimer's disease.


Together, you can create a personalized plan that includes lifestyle changes, dietary adjustments, and cognitive training. Regular monitoring and additional tests may be recommended.

May Kim MD & Joseph Kim MD

Certified Providers of

Alzheimer's Treatment Program 

ReCode™ & PreCode™

Test Cost

The price of the ApoE4 Alzheimer's Risk genetic test is $600, which includes the cost of the test and the results consultation.

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