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Genetic Testing of 18 Hereditary Cancer

Posted By: capitalbio

Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2023

Price: $10.00

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This hereditary cancer genetic testing can provide risk assessment in high-risk groups with a family history by detecting hereditary cancer gene mutations in the entire coding region and splice region of 64 genes associated with 18 hereditary tumors at one time.

Hereditary testing of 18 Hereditary Cancer Applicable Population
Patients with tumors, especially those with tumors diagnosed at an unusually young age, or those with tumors that occur on both sides of paired organs (eg, kidneys, breasts).

People with a family history of cancer, especially if multiple close relatives have the same type of cancer (eg, mother, daughter, sister with breast cancer).

Patients with birth defects associated with hereditary tumor syndromes, such as certain benign skin abnormalities or skeletal deformities.

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