CANCER DISEASES HEALTH SCREEN
- small bowel
- Fanconi anaemia
- Breast male/female
- Ovarian (female)
- Uterine (female)
- Endometrial (female)
- Prostate (male)
- Basal cell carcinoma
- sebaceous gland carcinoma
- Urinary tract
- Medulloblastoma (brain)
- Astrocytoma(brain )
- Polyposis Syndrome 2 (brain)
- Soft tissue sarcoma
- Bone sarcoma
- Multiple endodcrine neoplasia 1
- The most comprehensive evidenced based hereditary cancer screening panel of 61 genes
- >99% Accuracy (sensitivity and specificity)
- Full gene next generation sequencing of 61 genes instead of hot spot screening to ensure no mutation point is missed.
- Great coverage of hard to do genes, PMS4, CDK4, POLE, POLD1, PALB2, intron region of BRCA1 &2.
- Results will be updated to clients upon new scientific evidence and findings.
- Strong validation data. The only lab to conduct a head-to-head validation study comparing panel test to traditional BRCA1 and BRCA2 tests in more than 1000 patients with 100% analytic concordance (accuracy)
- Strong Collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Stanford University for validation studies and publications
- US laboratory approval and accreditations.
CAP and CLIA accredited, medical laboratory approval by multiple states including New York, California, Florida, Pennsylvania, Rhode island, Maryland etc to ensure accurate, reliable, consistent and timely delivery of result
- healthy individuals and
- those who do not have strong family history of related diseases
- those who sees proactive health management as their prioritiy
UNDERSTANDING YOUR HEREDITARY TEST RESULTS
The test helps uncover what your DNA says about your health by analyzing more than 61 genes related
to a wide range of important health conditions. Understanding your genetic risks can help you and
your doctor take steps to protect your health and build a proactive—and personalized—plan focused
- If you receive a positive test result, this means that your test found a genetic change that may increase your risk of developing a specific medical condition.
- Working with your clinician, you can implement prevention strategies to help reduce your risk.
- Since genetic information is shared within families, you may also want to discuss the possible
implications for other members of your family.
- You may also receive a result that indicates that you carry a genetic change that does not
increase your own risk of developing a specific medical condition, but that may be passed
within your family (also known as carrier status).
- A negative result means that you do not have a clearly increased genetic risk for the conditions tested on this panel, based on current knowledge.
- Even with a negative genetic test result, proactive medical care and a healthy lifestyle are essential to your overall well-being and longevity.