Hereditary Disease Testing

The cancer risk assessment in the DNA report covers 32 different types of cancer. Based on an individual's genetic composition, the report provides information about the individual's risk level for specific types of cancer by analyzing the correlation between specific gene variations and cancer risk.

The report evaluates the risk of developing different types of cancer based on an individual's genetic makeup. For example, the report may provide information about the risk levels for various cancers such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, ovarian cancer, and others.

By analyzing gene variations associated with cancer, the report can indicate whether an individual has a higher risk of developing cancer. This helps individuals understand whether they need more frequent cancer screenings or preventive measures, as well as whether they should consult a doctor for further assessment and monitoring.

However, it is important to note that the cancer risk assessment provided in the report is based solely on the analysis of the genetic makeup and cannot determine with certainty whether an individual will definitely develop cancer. The occurrence and development of cancer are complex processes influenced by various factors, including environmental factors, lifestyle factors, and other genetic and non-genetic factors.

Therefore, the report should be seen as a guiding tool that provides preliminary information about an individual's risk of developing cancer. Individuals should further discuss and develop suitable cancer screening and prevention plans with their doctors. Additionally, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, such as balanced diet, moderate exercise, and smoking cessation, is also crucial for reducing the risk of cancer.

In summary, the cancer risk assessment in the DNA report provides information about an individual's risk level for specific types of cancer. This helps individuals understand their cancer risk and develop corresponding screening and prevention plans in consultation with their doctors, while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

This test requires only an oral swab and the results are generally available within 30 business days.