This at-home genetic test looks for 65 gene variations that increase your risk of developing cancer to help guide your personalised prevention and early detection plan.
Screens for 65 cancer risk genes
||Saliva sample collection|
|Free genetic counselling included|
This test looks for inherited gene variations that increase your risk of developing some of the most common types of cancer - including breast, ovarian, bowel and prostate cancer.
BRCA1 & BRCA2
Breast, ovarian, pancreatic, prostate cancer and melanoma.
MLH1, MHS2, MSH6 & PMS2
Lynch Syndrome: bowel, ovarian and uterine cancer.
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Your test results identify any gene variations found and provide a tailored action plan to prevent cancer or reduce your risk:
This test is for individuals looking to be proactive about their long-term health and to personalise their prevention and screening plan.
It doesn't diagnose a person with cancer and is not for people who are currently managing a cancer diagnosis.
Your sample is processed in a medical laboratory that is NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities) and CLIA-certified (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments).
Our lab meets the high standards to obtain national certifications and submit themselves to regular inspections.
Your saliva sample is destroyed after 30 days. In unusual cases when testing takes longer than 30 days, the specimen will be retained until the report is delivered.
Yes. Even if you don’t have a family history you could still have a genetic risk that increases your own risk. Not everyone who carries an increased risk gene variant will develop cancer, so not every family will have a cancer history. 1 in 20 people have a gene variation that increase their risk of developing cancer. Knowing whether or not there’s one in you or your family could be lifesaving.
As a healthcare company, we comply with the most stringent local and international privacy and security regulations. We take incredible care to use technical, process and physical safeguards to secure your personal information and protect it against misuse, loss or alteration.
Finally, Eugene doesn’t share any of your data with anyone but you, the lab, and (with your express permission) your doctor.
Each test comes with a 30 minute consult with a Eugene genetic counsellor to discuss your results with you and customise a prevention and screening plan. If needed, we’ll also provide specialist referrals to support your ongoing care.
In addition, you can also access our free education tools, sign up for ongoing EugeneCare+ support, or take your results to your GP or specialist for follow ups.
1 in 20 people find out that they carry a variation in one of these 65 genes, which increases their lifetime risk of developing cancer.
Your prevention and screening plan depends on the gene variations found. Each variation that is screened for affects your risk differently and so the best approach to prevention and screening can be different.
Our genetic counsellor and physician team reviews your test results and your personal & family history to create tailored screening and prevention measures that you and your doctor can act on.
If needed, we’ll also provide specialist referrals to support your ongoing care.