GENETIC RISK QUIZ

Your Genetic Exploration Starts Here

Thank you for telling us a little bit about yourself and your family. Based on the information you provided, your brief risk assessment is below. Take the next step by scheduling a 1-on-1 session with a genetic expert about your genetic risk factors.

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Cancer

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Cancer:

You could be at increased hereditary risk.

Cancer:

Many people don’t have complete information about their family health history, or you may be unsure as to how to answer the question for other reasons. No matter, the fact is that anyone could be at increased hereditary risk for cancer, because of what we know about the disease.

  • Approximately 10% of all cancers are due to an inherited reason. Knowing if you are at an increased hereditary risk for cancer enables you and your medical provider to take proactive and preventative measures to help reduce your risk for a future cancer.
  • Approximately 20-25% of ovarian, fallopian tube and peritoneal cancers are due to a hereditary reason. Knowing if you are at an increased hereditary risk for cancer enables you and your medical provider to take proactive and preventative measures to help reduce your risk for a future cancer.
  • Certain cancers that occur together in a family may be due to a hereditary cancer syndrome. Knowing if you are at an increased hereditary risk for cancer enables you and your medical provider to take proactive and preventative measures to help reduce your risk for a future cancer.
  • Some rare or agressive types of cancers are due to a hereditary reason. Knowing if you are at an increased hereditary risk for cancer enables you and your medical provider to take proactive and preventative measures to help reduce your risk for a future cancer.
  • Individuals diagnosed with 10 or more colon polyps over their lifetime may have a hereditary predisposition for colon polyps and colon cancer.
  • Approximately 10% of all cancers occur as a result of an inherited genetic alteration that may be running in the family.. Knowing if you are at an increased hereditary risk for cancer enables you and your medical provider to take proactive and preventative measures to help you, and your family members, reduce your risk for a future cancer.
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Cardiovascular disease:

You could be at increased risk for a hereditary heart condition.

Cardiovascular disease:

Many people don’t have complete information about their family health history, or you may be unsure as to how to answer the question for other reasons. No matter, the fact is that anyone could be at increased risk for a hereditary heart condition, because of what we know about the disease.

  • At least 3% of individuals will have an inherited gene change (mutation) which increases their risk for cardiovascular disease. Knowing if you are at an increased risk enables you and your medical provider to take proactive and preventative measures to help reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease.
  • At least 3% of individuals will have an inherited gene change (mutation) which increases their risk for cardiovascular disease. Knowing if you are at an increased risk enables you and your medical provider to take proactive and preventative measures to help reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease.
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Reproductive

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Reproductive health:

Could you and your reproductive partner be at an increased risk to have a child with a genetic condition?

Reproductive health:

Get your genetic test results and reproductive risks reviewed, and discuss reproductive options available.

Reproductive health:

Get your genetic test results and reproductive risks reviewed, and discuss reproductive options available.

  • Almost all individuals will have at least one inherited genetic change (mutation) that may increase the risk to have a child with a genetic condition. Medical guidelines recommend all women of reproductive age have a carrier screening test, before pregnancy, for genetic conditions that can be passed on, and approximately 1 in 4 individuals tested are confirmed carriers through expanded carrier screening tests.
  • Almost all individuals will have at least one inherited genetic change (mutation) that may increase the risk to have a child with a genetic condition.
  • Multiple miscarriages and difficulty getting pregnant may be due to a genetic or hereditary reason.
  • Genetic conditions and birth defects may be due to hereditary reasons, but can sometimes also be associated with different lifestyle factors.
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Pharmacogenomics:

Discuss the benefits and limitations of this type of genetic screening and determine which pharmacogenomic genetic test is most appropriate for you.

  • Different genetic factors may influence how your body metabolizes different medications, which may help determine whether certain medicaltions and/or doses are effective in your treatment.
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Proactive Genetic Screening

  • Even in the absence of a personal or family history of disease, approximately 1 in 5 people will have a genetic change (mutation) that increases their own risk for disease. Knowing if you are at an increased hereditary risk for disease enables you and your medical provider to take proactive and preventative measures to help reduce your risk. A Genome Medical genetic expert can discuss the benefits and limitations of proactive genetic screening with you and determine which genetic screen is most appropriate for you.

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With in-network insurance coverage, on average our patients pay $50 per visit. Genome Medical may not be covered in all cases.

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We offer an affordable self-pay option for our patients who prefer to pay out-of-pocket. Pay just $179 for a genetic counseling session.

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This cost does not include genetic testing. Any genetic testing will need to be paid for separately.

Schedule a consultation today to discuss your testing options as well as your questions and concerns.

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  • Appointments are available right away (often within 24 hours)
  • Experts licensed in all 50 states
Your Results Aren't the End of Your Genetic Journey

Schedule a consultation today to discuss your testing options as well as your questions and concerns.

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$179

  • Talk with the expert by video or phone from the comfort of your home
  • Appointments are available right away (often within 24 hours)
  • Experts licensed in all 50 states

*This consultation (and related genetic services, including tests if you choose to proceed) could be a covered benefit under your health insurance. We will look into the insurance coverage and handle the submitting of claims, if you wish.

A discounted self-pay option (no insurance involved) is also available.

*This is a self-pay service; this is not a covered service under most health insurance plans.