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AWARENESS MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Do you have a family history of cancer?

Genetic testing can help you determine if you are at an increased risk for developing certain hereditary cancers.

Make impactful health decisions for you and your family by discovering your risk for inherited cancers.
HOW IT WORKS

Discover if genetic testing is right for you

01

Complete Questionnaire

Take our brief questionnaire to help determine whether you should be further evaluated for hereditary cancer syndromes. Start quiz now →

02

Collect Your Sample

Receive your at-home DNA collection kit from our CLIA-certified lab. Provide a small saliva sample, and send it back using the pre-paid label included.

03

Connect With Specialist

Review your hereditary cancer risk results with a specialist. Discuss next steps and determine an appropriate management plan.

Does cancer run in your family?
Take quiz and learn your risk.

WHY TESTING IS IMPORTANT

Know your risks, be proactive.

Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) panels are designed to detect mutations in the human genome leading to predispositions for specific cancers.

They are specifically designed to detect inherited mutations and are not appropriate for the detection of mutations in acquired cancers. Patients with a family history of more than one type of cancer may benefit from a broader genome panel able to detect risks associated with lung, brain, pancreatic, colon, breast, myeloid, sarcoma, prostate, and liver cancers.

Discover your risks for developing hereditary cancers.

SUPPORT

Still have questions?

Here are some common questions we usually get about our service. If you would like yours answered, please feel free to email us at info@cancerawarenessproject.com

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I know if my health insurance will cover hereditary cancer testing?

Most insurance providers cover genetic testing services for hereditary cancer.  CANCER AWARENESS PROJECT Support will work with your insurance providers to determine whether or  not your benefits will cover diagnostic testing. Typically, if you have the required coverage, you will have little to no out of pocket cost.

How long does it take to get test results?

Your healthcare professional will let you know your test results  as soon as they are available, which typically takes 2 weeks.

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