Many factors contribute to
breast cancer risk.
- DNA – Many of us have small changes in our DNA that can increase our risk for cancer. While one or two of these DNA markers won’t make
much of a difference, many markers together can have an impact on your risk.
- Age – Your risk for cancer increases with age.
- Family History – Your family medical history can provide important clues about your risk for cancer.
- Additional Risk Factors – Other factors, like menopausal status and breast density, can impact your risk as well.
GeneType for Breast Cancer includes all of these factors in one comprehensive risk assessment