Our Diagnostics

A leap in science. A leap toward longevity.

At Human Longevity, we’ve created a proprietary program that combines the power of data integration and diagnostic insight. It starts with a comprehensive array of advanced testing to collect your unique health data. We then apply state-of-the-art diagnostics to reveal your current health picture that we act upon to help you attain your best health.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

MRI uses powerful magnets, radio waves, and computer technology to generate detailed images of your organs without the use of radiation. Human Longevity MRI protocols are uniquely beneficial because they employ proprietary software that produces contrast quality imaging without the injection of contrast media. This software aids in the early detection of cancer, cardiac disease, metabolic and neurodegenerative disease.


Detects many solid organ tumors of the neck, chest, abdomen and pelvis. Increases the chances of early detection to optimize treatment and with certain cancers, can lead to life-long cures.


Generates detailed visualization of the soft tissues and vessels of the brain enabling early intervention for structural, volumetric and vascular abnormalities including tumors, neurodegeneration (Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease) brain vessel narrowing or aneurysms.


Provides 3D structural and functional information about the heart, including left ventricle ejection fraction, heart wall motion and valvular evaluation for prevention and treatment of disease. (Cardiac MRI is not designed to evaluate the coronary arteries.)

Learn more about Whole-body MRI

Download our Full Body MRI white paper: Full Body Magnetic Resonance Imaging from Human Longevity

Whole Genome Sequencing with Annual Re-annotation

Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is the chemical compound that contains much of the “instruction manual” for the 37.3 trillion cells that make up your body. Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) is the process that defines the order of the four chemical building blocks that make up DNA—adenine, cytosine, thymine, and guanine—and whether this order represents a benign or potentially disease-causing mutation. Sequencing provides enormous amounts of information about the role of inheritance in your susceptibility to disease including single gene mutations that cause cystic fibrosis, hypercholesterolemia and sickle cell anemia or polygenic mutations that are associated with the development of breast, colon, esophageal, and pancreatic cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, atrial fibrillation, and more.

Whole Genome Sequencing Evaluates:

  • Current risk for disease
  • Carrier status for conditions you may pass on to future generations
  • Pharmacogenomic profile (your response/non-response to certain medications)
  • Physical traits and attributes that can guide lifestyle decisions
  • Future risk for disease based upon annual comparison of your genome with the Health Nucleus growing genomic database and the rapidly evolving body of research associated with on-going global discovery

Additional Diagnostics

Coronary Calcium Score* (CT)

Non-Contrast Cardiac CT assesses coronary artery health by detecting the location and extent of calcified plaque in the walls of your coronary arteries. It is a key factor used in the calculation of current and future cardiovascular risk.

Echocardiogram (ECHO)

Uses ultrasound to visualize and measure the size and shape of your heart, the pumping strength of the left ventricle (ejection fraction) and the real time opening and closing of heart valves. Can indicate the emergence of heart valve disease, left ventricular failure and thickening (hypertrophy) of heart muscle for treatment purposes.

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

Measures the pattern and wave of electrical energy that travels through the conduction system of the heart indicating whether the heartbeat is normal, slow, fast or irregular. Can also indicate heart muscle thickening or fatigue for clinical management.

Wireless Heart Rhythm

Cardiac monitor placement on the upper left chest records up to two weeks of continuous heart rhythm activity. Information can aid in the detection and treatment of arrhythmias known to be a major cause of stroke.

Comprehensive Labs and Metabolic Analysis

Analysis and reporting of over 40 blood biomarkers testing for anemia and iron status, liver and kidney function, insulin and glucose markers, cholesterol panel with particle size, inflammatory markers, hormones, heavy metals, and certain vitamin nutrient levels.

Insulin Sensitivity Testing

Insulin helps control the amounts of sugar (glucose) in the blood. With insulin resistance, cellular absorption of glucose is impaired and blood sugar levels rise. Treatment is then targeted to avoid progression to Type 2 diabetes.

Body Composition

Assessment precisely quantifies visceral fat (fat stored within the abdominal cavity) and thigh muscle composition. The ratio of fat to muscle may indicate a risk for metabolic syndrome which can lead to heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, breast and colon cancer as well as Alzheimer’s disease.

Dexa* (Dual X-ray absorptiometry)

Measures bone mineral density and bone strength. Assessment enables the treatment of osteoporosis to prevent fractures.


Monitors for day to day health metrics. These could include continuous glucose monitors (CGM), sleep trackers, blood pressure monitors or others. With this data, we can optimize areas of nutrition, sleep, diet, and exercise.

Multi Targeted Stool DNA Test*

A self-administered, FDA-approved colorectal screening kit for home use, designed to provide an indication of the presence of cancer.

*Only annual if necessary.

All services are available with 100+ enrollment.  

It’s time to experience the most comprehensive data-driven healthcare.