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$399 GeneType — Breast Cancer Test

GeneType for Breast Cancer is the only test that gives you a comprehensive and highly accurate risk prediction score based on:

  • Your own genetic markers of breast cancer risk
  • Your age
  • Your family history of breast cancer (if any)
  • Your body mass index
  • Your breast density from your last mammogram (if available)
  • Your menopausal status

If you order this test through your medical practitioner, you will receive your results directly from them.

Please note that prepaid return postage is not included.

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Test your risk of breast cancer

Approximately 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer during her lifetime – and most will have no significant family history.

That’s why GeneType for Breast Cancer looks beyond family history. Know your risk to learn more about your options to reduce that risk.

Risk factors to consider


Personalised risk score. Personalised health plan.

GeneType for Breast Cancer can help you and your health provider develop a risk reduction health plan just for you. Depending on your risk, your health provider may consider:

  • Managing the risk factors you can change
  • Additional breast screening that may include mammograms, ultrasound and/or MRI
  • Risk-reducing medications (if appropriate)
  • Consultation with a specialist

Is GeneType for Breast Cancer right for you?

How many of these questions can you answer yes to?

I am 35 or older
I have been told I have dense breast tissue
I have not had a mammogram within the past year
I have a relative who has had breast cancer
I have taken (am taking) oral contraception
I gave birth to my first child after 30
I did not breastfeed
I have been taking hormone replacement therapy
I have started menopause
I’ve gained post-menopausal weight
I want to understand my “baseline” genetic risk

If you are 35 years of age and answered yes to having any of these risk factors we recommend GeneType for Breast Cancer.

On their own, each risk factor adds only a small amount of risk to your chances of developing breast cancer; but together, they may increase your risk to a point where a proactive approach is recommended.

Unlock the power of your DNA

By looking at common markers of risk in your genes, we get a better picture of disease risk. We call this risk factor, gene risk.

Everyone has these markers, but not everyone has the same combination. Like a fingerprint, your genetic markers are unique to you, and can help define your “baseline” risk of developing breast cancer.

Have questions? We have answers. Contact us directly to find out more!