The knowledge gained from the genetic testing is shared by trained professionals with those who are at an increased risk of developing heritable cancer.
The counseling addresses the concerns of patients, their families, and their health care providers; and enables informed decision making.
About 10% of all cancer cases result from inheriting cancer-predisposing DNA sequence changes (mutations).
Cancer genetic testing aims to confirm or rule out the existence of mutations that may increase an individual’s lifetime risk to develop cancer.
Genetic counseling is the process through which the knowledge gained from genetic testing is shared by trained professionals with those who are at an increased risk of developing heritable cancer.
IF YOU HAVE A FAMILY HISTORY OF CANCER, GENETIC TESTING WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH AN UNDERSTANDING OF YOUR PERSONAL CANCER RISK.
After completing and submitting a free online medical questionnaire, our genetic counseling experts build for you a risk assessment summary, including a recommendation depending on the envisaged pre-test risk level.
The DNA collection kit, together with the necessary accompanying forms, will be provided to you.
Our genetic counseling experts will walk you through the results of the test and the accompanying meanings.
After the counseling session, a summary of the genetic counselor will be sent to you and your attending physician along with a copy of the genetic test report.
Informative: we provide you the information you need to know about inherited diseases and the overall lifetime risk of development. Our easy-to-read report has detailed statistics.
Specific & Accurate: Our tests have an accuracy rate of over 99%. We can rule out or confirm the existence of gene mutations in individuals.
Knowledge: in cancer care, knowledge is power. Get the peace of mind and important information for the future.