Expanded test for genetic predisposition to inherited cancer diseases

Cancer hereditary predisposition is caused by gene mutations that can be passed from parent to child, thus increasing the child’s risk of developing cancer. At Bioscience Institute, the critical goal is to intercept cancer predisposition before its development to give the opportunity to maximize health outcomes for patients.

Individuals with a family history of cancer may have an increased risk of cancer if they have inherited a cancer-causing mutation.

Brochure MyCheck Cancer

MyCheck Cancer tests

Using Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS)-based assays, we offer a variety of options, including targeted panels that analyze genes directly linked to specific cancers through scientific research. Our MyCheck tests are used to detect specific, heritable, disease-related gene mutations that may increase the risk of certain cancers allowing an in-depth cancer risk assessment for each patient.

MyCheck Cancer Male

Men with BRCA 1 and 2 gene mutations have an increased risk of breast cancer and prostate cancer. MyCheck Cancer Male include these and other genes in a single, multiple-gene panel test.

MyCheck Colon

Approximately 5 to 10% of colon cancer is hereditary. With MyCheck Colon it is possible to analyze genes that have been implicated in hereditary colon cancer risk

MyCheck Breast

When a mutation occurs in the BRCA genes that prevent them from working normally, it raises a person’s risk for breast cancers. The MyCheck Breast test is done to determine if you have changes in your DNA that increase the risk of this cancer.