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  • Doubles the positive rate for clinically actionable mutations compared to single syndrome testing1, without increasing healthcare costs2

  • Tools and statistical methods used in variant classification and reclassification demonstrate >99% confidence3

  • Vast majority of pathogenic variants are in genes with explicit professional society management recommendations1

  • Results include clinical decision support tool outlining patients’ specific cancer risks and guideline-based medical management recommendations


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About Hereditary Cancer:

Multiple genes can be associated with a single cancer. Multiple cancer risks can be associated with a single gene.

It is now recognized through an increasing amount of published literature that the same type of cancer or family history of cancer can be caused by mutations in different genes. As well, the characteristics of one hereditary cancer syndrome can overlap with those of another syndrome. With the technological advances in molecular diagnostics, testing for these additional genes can be performed simultaneously with BRCA1 and BRCA2.


About myRisk:

myRisk is proven to increase the identification of mutation carriers within the same National Comprehensive Cancer Network® recommended testing population.

One key feature is the test result that providers and patients receive. Instead of a test result indicating only whether the patient is positive or negative for a gene mutation, the myRisk test provides a clinical decision support tool. This tool outlines patients’ cancer risks and the medical management recommendations endorsed by societal guidelines.


1. Rosenthal, E. et al. Cancer Genet. 2017 Dec;218-219:58-68.

2. Byfield, SD. et al. J Comp Eff Res. 2021 Feb;10(3):207-217.

3. Eggington J., et al. Clin Genet. 2014 Sep;86(3):229-37.