Cancer Genetic Testing For Early Detection of Cancer Risk
According to cancer.org, males have 1 in 2 risk in lifetime developing cancer and females have 1 in 3 risk in lifetime developing cancer. 5-10% patients with cancer have their gene mutations passed down from their family. HealthBanks Cancer Genetic Testing is a powerful tool to help you to identify hereditary cancer risk early.
Benefits of Cancer Genetic Testing
- Establish or confirm a diagnosis – providing clarity to a case
- Identify individual risk for developing certain cancers and/or other health conditions
- Identify at risk family members (children, siblings, parents, and distant relatives)
- Results may help define the best treatment and risk management plan based on the individual’s risk
- Increased surveillance and monitoring
- Risk-reducing surgeries
- Preventative medications
- Avoiding additional risk factors
Comprehensive and Flexible Options
For individuals who prefer to limit possible uncertainty and only focus on what is considered high/moderate risk
High/moderate risk genes associated with hereditary cancer syndromes with established clinical management guidelines for disease-causing variants.
- HealthBanks Cancer Focus Test – 30 Genes
- Breast and Ovarian Cancer Focus – 21 Genes
- Breast Cancer Focus – 14 Genes
- Endometrial Cancer Focus – 10 Genes
- Ovarian Focus Cancer – 15 Genes
For individuals who want to know the most information about all possible associated risk
Well-established cancer-related genes from Focus and newly-discovered candidate genes associated with reduced or unclear risks of cancer.
- HealthBanks Cancer Comprehensive Test – 127 Genes
- Breast and Ovarian Cancer Comprehensive – 24 Genes
- Breast Cancer Comprehensive – 20 Genes
- Endometrial Cancer Comprehensive – 10 Genes
- Ovarian Comprehensive Cancer Panel – 18 Genes
- Gastric cancer Comprehensive – 15 Genes
- Hematologic Malignancy Comprehensive – 16 Genes
- Melanoma Comprehensive – 14 Genes
- Many More…
Call Your Immune Cell Consultant today at 1-888-379-2670 to find out more information.