What Does the Test Include
A look at 30 genes to better guide a screening and prevention plan for breast, ovarian, uterine, colon, melanoma, pancreatic, stomach, and prostate cancers.
A look at 30 genes associated with genetic forms of heart disease, such as inherited high cholesterol, that may be managed differently from heart conditions without a genetic cause.
Analysis of genes associated with medication response that impact how the body may process certain medications.*
On an ongoing basis, you will also receive interesting, genetic insights about yourself such as ancestry, lactose intolerance and caffeine metabolism.
Your clinical results will be integrated into your NorthShore Electronic Medical Record. This allows your physicians to access your genetic testing results to help design your care plan for now and your future care needs.
*Do not change or stop taking any medicine based on a genetic test report without consulting your healthcare provider. This test is not intended to inform you about your current state of health, including whether or not you should take a medication or how much you should take. This test does not diagnose any health conditions and is not a substitute for visiting your health care provider. Discuss the results of the genetic test with your healthcare provider, including whether the medication label includes information on how to use genetic information to determine dosage. Medicine should always be taken as prescribed by your healthcare provider.