Is GeneType for Breast Cancer right for you?

01Are you a woman?

Sorry, at this time, GeneType for
Breast Cancer is only available
to assess breast cancer risk in
women, not men.

02Are you 35 years old or older?

GeneType for Breast Cancer is
designed to assess risk for
sporadic breast cancer, which
typically does not occur in
younger women. Talk to your
healthcare provider about your
options.

03Do you self-identify as one of the
following ethnicities: Caucasian,
African American, or Hispanic?

All parts of the GeneType for
Breast Cancer assessment are
clinically validated for women of
Caucasian decent.
Contact us for more information.
At this time, GeneType for Breast Cancer is only appropriate for Caucasian, African American, and Hispanic populations.

04Do you have a personal history of
invasive breast cancer or DCIS?

GeneType for Breast Cancer is
not designed to assess risk for
those with a prior diagnosis of
breast cancer or DCIS.

05Do you have a family history
of breast cancer?

Talk to your healthcare provider about your family history. For women with a
strong family history of breast or ovarian cancer, a different type of genetic test
(testing for a rare hereditary breast cancer variant in a gene like BRCA1 or BRCA2)
may be more appropriate for you. If you have already had hereditary breast cancer
testing and had a negative result, then GeneType for Breast Cancer can further
assess your risk. If you have a pathogenic variant in a hereditary breast cancer
gene like BRCA1 or BRCA2, GeneType for Breast Cancer is not appropriate for you.

It’s time. talk to your healthcare provider
about GeneType for Breast Cancer.

Most women diagnosed with breast cancer don’t have a significant family
history. GeneType for Breast Cancer can assess your risk of developing
sporadic breast cancer.

It’s time. talk to your healthcare provider
about GeneType for Breast Cancer.