Test to Confirm or Rule Out PK deficiency | For HCPs

Testing resources

When other causes of lifelong, chronic hemolysis have been excluded, Test to Know

Anemia ID

For patients with unspecified chronic hemolysis where you suspect it may be PK deficiency, test with Anemia ID—a free genetic testing program from Agios. Anemia ID provides a next-generation sequencing (NGS) panel consisting of approximately 50 genes known to cause hereditary anemias, including PK deficiency.

Order your free testing kit

Visit AnemiaID.com

This program is only available to residents of the United States.

All testing provided to patients through Anemia ID is paid for by Agios Pharmaceuticals. While Agios provides financial support for this program, all tests and services are performed by PerkinElmer Genomics. Agios receives contact information for healthcare professionals who submit tests under this program and limited de-identified aggregate data.

Anemia ID is sponsored by Agios in partnership with PerkinElmer Genomics.

Anemia ID is not the only testing option, additional resources are available.

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