NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Human Longevity has struck a deal with health insurance company Discovery to offer exome, whole-genome and cancer genome sequencing services for Discovery's customers in South Africa and the UK.

Through the agreement, Discovery's clients will be able to access exome sequencing and analysis for $250. The genomic services will be offered through Discovery's Vitality program, a behavioral wellness opportunity that enables behavior-linked insurance pricing. Discovery also partners with other global insurers through its Vitality program.

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