LabSolutions PREDICT™ Comprehensive Hereditary Cancer Risk Assessment

Comprehensive Suite of Genetic Tests

There are so many cancers that are passed on from one generation to another. Some happen to skip a generation only to surprise the next. Utilizing Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), we at LabSolutions, can screen for mutations within a patient’s DNA and determine his or her likelihood of being diagnosed with many different types of cancer. This valuable information can be utilized to make well-informed decisions between the physician and the patient.

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Cancer is a disorder in which the normal control of cell growth is no longer effective. This is what results in tumors. In cases where the cells are normal, the tumor may not affect the patient, but in cases of metastatic cancer, these abnormal cells combined with their uncontrolled growth cause detrimental problems to the body. Inherited mutations within the DNA may increase a patient’s risk of developing such cancers.

Hereditary or Predisposition Cancer Genomics

Our molecular testing looks for specific inherited changes (mutations) in a person’s genetic makeup (DNA). These harmful mutations are thought to play a role in 5-10% of cancers. Some of these mutations may be passed down from one or both parents. Often, multiple genetic mutations in a single individual are responsible for the development of hereditary cancers.

Common Hereditary Cancers and Cancer Syndromes:

  • Lynch Syndrome
  • Uterine Cancer
  • Li-Fraumeni Syndrome
  • Colon Cancer
  • Endometrial Cancer
  • Breast and Ovarian Cancer

Family Risk Insight:

  • Cancer that occurs in unusually young ages
  • Multiple childhood cancers in siblings
  • Cancer occurring in an unusual gender (i.e. breast cancer in males)
  • Multiple cancers in a single person
  • Cancer in organ pairs (i.e. both kidneys)
  • Rare cancers occurring in multiple members of families

How can our testing benefit you and your family?

Cancer screens can happen earlier and more often

Promotion of body awareness (closer monitoring for signs or symptoms for specific cancers)

Initiation of healthy lifestyle changes

Consideration of preventive medications or surgery if recommended by a healthcare provider

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