Genetic mutations that are inherited can boost your chance of developing cancer by a factor of 40. By checking for mutations in 98 genes using cutting-edge Next Generation Sequencing-based technology, the GeneCORE Predict test forecasts your chance of developing up to 22 major cancers. To...
Genetic mutations that are inherited can boost your chance of developing cancer by a factor of 40. By checking for mutations in 98 genes using cutting-edge Next Generation Sequencing-based technology, the GeneCORE Predict test forecasts your chance of developing up to 22 major cancers.
To help you through the procedure step-by-step, this test also provides free pre- and post-test genetic counselling.
The Gene Predict Sequencing Panel tests the genes already present in our bodies for alterations that might suggest a genetic propensity to develop cancer. Patients who have personal or family record of a specific malignancy normally undergo this examination.
The cells that make up our body have a wide variety of cell genes. These genes contain DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid), which provides details on a person's characteristics. In essence, genes are a DNA unit or segment. It determines a person's physical traits and regulates the cell's functions.
Gene testing is carried out in accredited, professional labs, giving doctors the ability to read or foresee any DNA mutations in a patient. A alteration in the DNA sequence is known as a gene mutation. It might help an organism or hurt it. The process of gene testing finds these mutations and assesses whether they are the root of any health issues. The testing process distinguishes between the genes that ordinarily do not exist in healthy individuals.
These mutational variations affect how the gene functions, which has serious health ramifications. When a disease-causing genetic mutation is present in both parents' DNA, it can occasionally be passed down from one parent to the other. But not every genetic disorder is passed down from a parent. There are also sporadic genetic mutations.
After a patient's history is reviewed, the counsellor can tell if they have any symptoms or other indications that a malignant cell might be present in their body. They will determine the condition(s) in the patient to test for, including any connected conditions. Counselors typically do not examine the complete genome; instead, they choose appropriate gene sets based on the patient's health and family history. When the counsellor receives the reports, they carefully interpret them before sharing them with the patient. A final analysis of the patient's sample is produced by the lab in about 4 weeks.
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