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Am I predisposed to cancer?

As you know, some women are genetically predisposed to certain forms of cancer. This means that particular gene mutations passed on genetically can lead to various forms of breast and ovarian cancer.


While this gene mutation does not mean that you will get cancer, it can be a warning sign. With the right precautions, you can do everything possible to stay as happy and healthy as possible through the rest of your life.

Your health is vitally important. With our help, you can always face what's coming!

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How can BRACAnalysis help?

BRACAnalysis is a genetic test that can determine if you have a mutation of the BRAC1 or BRAC2 genes. These mutations do not mean that you have cancer, or will get cancer. However, if you wish to be proactive, understanding your risk factors can help you plan more appropriately for the future.

How can you use test results?

  • A woman who has received positive BRACAnalysis results can start earlier screenings, or taking preventative measures.

  • A woman who has previously had cancer can take extra steps to avoid another diagnosis.

  • Your doctor can help you best understand your circumstances and provide the best possible care.