Category: Patient Information
Forms can be completed online through the patient portal or you can print them from our website and bring them with you to your appointment.
Myriad myRisk™ Hereditary Cancer
Myriad myRisk™ Hereditary Cancer is a 25-gene panel that identifies an elevated risk for eight important cancers:
Myriad myRisk eight primary cancer sites
Myriad myRisk™ captures more mutation carriers than BRACAnalysis ® and COLARIS® combined. Studies have shown that testing with Myriad myRisk increases mutation detection between 40 and 50 percent.
“Clear Insight into Risk, Clear Direction for Patients.”
A scientific advancement that will revolutionize hereditary cancer testing and patient care, Myriad myRisk™:
- Blends genetic testing status AND personal/family cancer history into clinically actionable risk assessment and follow-up;
- Provides specific medical management recommendations for patients who test positive or negative based on the guidelines of leading professional medical societies; and
- Provides a test report that is simple, clear and easy to use.
Clear and Actionable Direction
The Myriad myRisk™ report provides recommendations for managing patients with either positive or negative genetic results.
Every Myriad myRisk™ test report includes:
- The Myriad myRisk™ Genetic Test Result and
- The Myriad myRisk™ Management Tool – a personalized cancer risk and management guide based on professional medical society guidelines.
Prior to your visit please take the time to fill out the Family History Questionnaire and bring it with you to your visit.
BREVAGen™ Breast Cancer Risk Reduction Starts Here.
What is BREVAGen™?
BREVAGen is a scientifically validated risk test for sporadic breast cancer that can ultimately help you and your doctor detect the disease as early as possible. Using BREVAGen, your doctor firstly determines your individual breast cancer risk profile. This information is then used to create a personalized Breast Health Plan that outlines the most effective means and timing for monitoring your ongoing breast health.
How is the BREVAGen test performed?
The BREVAGen test consists of two parts. During the first part, you’ll be asked a series of questions to determine your Clinical Risk of developing the disease. Next, your doctor will swab your cheek so we can analyze specific genetic markers on your DNA that can affect your risk of developing breast cancer.
Your BREVAGen Report
Following your BREVAGen test, your doctor will provide you with a personalized Test Report detailing your risk of getting breast cancer in the next 5 years and over your lifetime. Your doctor can then design an individual Breast Health Plan for you.
Please note: BREVAGen risk analysis cannot be used to detect or diagnose breast cancer.