Inherited Cancer Screen

Know Your Risk for

Common Cancers.

Better Knowledge, Better Prevention.


Validated Science

Screening only for cancers supported by rigorous research

Thorough Analysis

Over 35 genes analysed


State-of-the-art NGS sequencing technology

Inherited Cancer Screen

Do you have the BRCA1/2 Breast Cancer Genetic Mutation?

Our cancer genetic screening products provide answers to questions like this and more by analyzing more than 35 of your genes. You can better understand your risk profile for the most common hereditary cancers and receive information about specific steps you can take to lower your risk. Prenetics will provide you complimentary access to genetic counselors who will be available to answer any questions you may have.

Inherited Cancer Screen explained

A hereditary cancer is any cancer that is caused by a gene mutation. Cancer genetic screening assesses the likelihood of you developing certain hereditary cancers in your lifetime by analyzing specific changes (or mutations) in your genes. Only cancers for which genetic associations have been widely accepted by the global medical and research community are included in this test.

No genetic screening test can tell you with certainty that you will or will not develop certain cancers. However, understanding your risk profile can help you begin to take steps to lower risk through lifestyle changes, screening and other options as recommended by your healthcare provider.

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What we are testing


Hereditary Cancer is a DNA based analysis of your risk profile for the 8 most common types of hereditary cancer - breast, stomach, pancreatic, prostate, ovarian, colorectal, melanoma, and uterine. After submitting a simple saliva sample, you receive a report with a detailed summary of your results and tailored information about steps you can take to lower your risk.

Prenetics’ genetic counselors are available to answer any questions you may have, free of charge. You are also encouraged to share the results with your healthcare provider to identify and understand the next steps that are right for you.