A simple screening test to help you understand your risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer.
Why should you get screened?
The BRCA genes (BRCA1 and BRCA2) are part of your body’s natural defense system. They protect you from developing certain cancers. If you have a BRCA gene that is not working properly (meaning, it carries a harmful mutation), your lifetime risk of developing breast, ovarian and other cancers increases significantly.1,2
BRCA mutations can significantly increase your lifetime risk of developing breast and/or ovarian cancer.1,2
A BRCA mutation can increase the lifetime risk of breast cancer in women from 12% to up to 80% by age 80.3
A BRCA mutation can increase the lifetime risk of ovarian cancer in women from 1.3% to up to 40% by age 80.3
A report with your personal results and considerations for you to discuss with your doctor
A complimentary call with one of our genetic counselors to review your results upon request (currently applies to US only)
Insights to help you and your doctor determine the most appropriate breast and ovarian cancer prevention strategies based on your risk.
“As genetic counselors, we help people understand their DNA. Yes, we explain how your genes may impact your risk to develop cancer, but also how this knowledge can help you and your children live healthier and longer lives.”
Rebecca Hodges, Senior Genetic Counselor
Order the test
Order the test on our website and we will get in touch with your doctor for their approval.
Collect your sample
We'll mail you a saliva collection kit to easily collect your sample.
Sample is processed
Once we receive your sample, we process it at our CLIA lab and provide results within 2-3 weeks
Your report is ready
We let you and your doctor know that your results are ready on our secure site
Find out more about possible outcomes and other technical information.
- Any result, negative, positive, or inconclusive, should become a part of how you and your doctor evaluate your health and clinical needs.
- You can download this written summary for an explanation of how myBRCA testing works and what your potential outcomes could mean.
- If you have a family history of breast or ovarian cancer, myBRCA HiRisk may be a more appropriate test for you. Please talk with your doctor.
Let us know and our team will get in touch with you.
- National Cancer Institute. BRCA1 & BRCA2: Cancer Risk & Genetic Testing. 2015.NCI
- American Cancer Society. Breast cancer risk factors you cannot change. 2015.ACS
- Petrucelli N, Daly MB, Feldman GL. BRCA1 and BRCA2 Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer. 1998 Sep 4 [Updated 2013 Sep 26]. In: Pagon RA, Adam MP, Ardinger HH, et al., editors. GeneReviews® [Internet]. Seattle (WA): University of Washington, Seattle; 1993-2015. Available from:NCBI