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DeeDee
Florida

"I thought about my children. I would not be able to live with myself if I didn’t get tested and let my children know."

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Heidi
California

"The test itself was easy… and it made me aware of the likely reason my Mom got sick…I just wish someone thought to test her before."

Your family medical history can reveal your risk of developing cancer.

Up to 10% of breast and ovarian cancer is caused by a syndrome you can inherit from your father and mother.

If you inherit Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) syndrome, your risk of developing cancer is substantially increased.

Finding out you have HBOC syndrome before you get cancer gives you a tremendous advantage. There are many proactive things your doctor can do that actually reduce your chances of developing cancer. So the sooner you know, the better.

And the good news is not everyone in a family will inherit the syndrome.

if you didn't inherit it, you cannot pass it on to your children. So finding out that you don't have it can give you peace of mind.

How do I find our if I inherited it?

A BRACAnalysis® test can tell you if you inherited HBOC syndrome.

Here’s a short 2-minute survey about cancer in your family. By answering a few questions about your family history, you can find out if you would benefit from the BRACAnalysis test.

Our gift: a free Be Ready Pack

Take the survey now, and we'll send you a free Be Ready Pack brimming with useful information about:

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  • Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) syndrome
  • The genetic mutations that can cause HBOC
  • How to reduce your risk of developing cancer
  • How to talk to a doctor or genetic counselor about your cancer risk

FREE 2-minute Survey

This free 2-minute survey will let you know if you would benefit from talking to your doctor about a genetic test to learn your risk of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer