Genetic insights have the power to transform health and well-being for people of every age, background and life stage. At Myriad, our genetic tests serve expectant parents and individuals seeking to understand their risk of developing hereditary cancer and their individual risk of breast cancer.
A single destination for all your patients’ needs.
MyRisk is a genetic test that evaluates 48 genes to determine your risk of developing 11 different types of hereditary cancer. When coupled with RiskScore®, it can assess a patient’s five-year and lifetime risk of developing breast cancer. All it takes is a simple blood or saliva sample, and results are available within two weeks.
Our genetic tests and screens can tell you your baby’s predicted sex and give you information about their health, so you can plan and make important health decisions for your family.
Identify couples at risk to pass down serious, prevalent, clinically-actionable inherited conditions
Identifies fetal sex as early as six weeks into pregnancy
Identifies if a pregnancy is at an increased risk for a wide variety of chromosomal conditions as early as 10 weeks
MyRisk with RiskScore identifies inherited risk of developing 11 hereditary cancers
Foresight patient guide
Prequel patient guide
Prequel patient guide (Spanish)
Prequel patient discussion guide
SneakPeek patient Brochure
MyRisk patient guide
Foresight provider guide
Prequel provider guide
Prequel provider discussion guide
SneakPeek provider guide
MyRisk provider guide
MyRisk sample report
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Hereditary Cancer (MyRisk) support
Prenatal (Foresight and Prequel) support