Get screened based on your personal prostate cancer risk

Current risk assessment for prostate cancer focus on family history.1

However, most men diagnosed with prostate cancer have no significant family history.²

Use geneType for Prostate Cancer to access screening based on your wholistic risk of developing prostate cancer.

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Did you know that four key risk factors contribute to your prostate cancer risk?²

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Learn more about the geneType prostate cancer test which goes beyond hereditary risk, looking at genetic and clinical risk factors to give you a comprehensive risk prediction so that you can take preventative steps to improve health and mitigate your risk. 

Multi Test risk reduction plan with Doctor

How often should you do a PSA screen? 

PSA screening is an effective tool, but the choice to screen is left up to you and your health provider.¹

Have a more informed discussion with your doctor by knowing your wholistic risk of prostate cancer. 

The geneType patient

GeneType for Prostate Cancer is appropriate for:

  • Men
  • Age 30 – 85 years
  • No known hereditary gene mutation e.g.  BRCA2

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Get a clearer picture of your risk.

Make screening decisions that fit your needs.

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Will insurance cover this test?
No. At this time geneType is a self-pay test. However, you may use FSA/HSA to pay for the test.

Know your risk of prostate cancer
so you can take action

Multitest V3 2024

*Patient eligibility dependent on personal medical history, age and sex

Interested in ordering more than one disease? Order geneType Multi-Test.

See individual disease pages for more information about each test.

The Multi-Risk suite of tests is for adults 40-85 years of age. At maximum, a woman would be eligible for 8 diseases in the panel; a man would be eligible for 7. Starting at age 30, a patient may qualify for geneType's cancer risk assessments only.

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1. American Cancer Society Prostate Cancer Screening Recommendations. Accessed June 2022.

2. Rawla P. World J Oncol 2019;10:63–89.

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