A 0 Saliva Test Can Reveal Your Risk For Breast And Ovarian Cancer
You can now learn if you have the BRCA-1 or BRCA-2 breast and ovarian cancer genes affordably with a simple saliva sample. The test, which used to cost ,000, is now possible for 0, and it can tell you whether or not you have any potentially dangerous mutated genes.
Color Genomics, the company offering the new exam, improved the lab and software automation and marketed the project to the public, both of which made the price of the test fall. The group offers detection for the breast and ovarian cancer gene as well as 17 others.
"We don't provide any sort of specific medical advice," said Elad Gill, co-founder of Color Genomics. They simply want women to have their genetic information to be aware of their future health risks. Women with the BRCA-1 or -2 gene have up to a 65% chance of developing breast cancer before the age of 70.
To take the test you must have a recommendation from a doctor. The test involves filling a tube with saliva and sending it through the mail to be examined.
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