Genetic Testing

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Inherited gene mutation is responsible to contribute to about 10% of breast cancers.
Who should consider for genetic testing for cancer risk?

The features of a person’s personal or family medical history that, particularly in combination, may suggest a hereditary cancer syndrome include:

  • Cancer was diagnosed at an unusually young age
  • Several different types of cancer occurred in the same person
  • Cancer in both organs in a set of paired organs, such as both kidneys or both breasts
  • Several first-degree relatives (the parents, siblings, or children of an individual) have the same type of cancer (for example, a mother, daughter, and sisters with breast cancer); family members with breast or ovarian cancer; family members with colon cancer and endometrial cancer
  • Unusual cases of a specific cancer type (for example, breast cancer in a man)
  • The presence of birth defects that are known to be associated with inherited cancer syndromes, such as certain noncancerous (benign) skin growths and skeletal abnormalities associated with neurofibromatosis type 1.
  • Being a member of a racial or ethnic group that is known to have an increased risk of having a certain inherited cancer susceptibility syndrome and having one or more of the above features as well
  • Several family members with cancer

“My Doctor estimated that I had an 87% risk of Breast Cancer and a 50% risk of Ovarian Cancer.”

– Angelina Jolie

BRCA mutations are responsible for the majority of hereditary breast and ovarian cancers.
  • BRCA1 and BRCA2 are human genes that produce tumor suppressor proteins.
  • These proteins help in repairing damaged DNA and, therefore, plays a crucial role in ensuring the stability of the cell’s genetic material.
  • When either of these genes is mutated, or altered, such that its protein product is not made or does not function correctly, DNA damage may not be repaired properly.
  • As a result, cells are more likely to develop additional genetic alterations that can lead to cancer or related tumors growth.
  • A harmful BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation can be inherited from a person’s mother or father.
  • Genetic Testing can be done to identify if Inherited BRCA gene mutation or any other oncogene panel responsible for Breast cancer.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is the cost of Genetic Testing?
– Genetic Testing costs Rs.10,500 /- Only*

What is included in the Cost?
– Genetic Testing
– Home Sample Collection
– Free Counselling
– e-Consultation

How is genetic testing done?
– Genetic Testing is done on a small sample of bodily fluid or tissue—usually blood.

What do the results of genetic testing mean?
– Positive result – Confirm that the cancer was likely due to an inherited genetic variant
– Negative result – Does not have inherited genetic variant present in their family
– Variant of uncertain significance – A change that has not been previously associated with cancer
– Benign variant – Common in the general population among people without cancer

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