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You are very bright and self-conscious. You like to be in charge instead of leaving things to chance. Sometimes you tend to overthink, which can lead you into pondering. We would like to help you gain peace of mind.

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Early Action Saves Lives. Understand Your Cancer Risk
Mutations in the genes covered by Circle Cancer Screening are not common, but when present they significantly increase the chance of cancer. Knowing that you have a mutation that increases your risk of developing cancer allows you and your healthcare provider to create a personalised screening plan, which increases the chance of early detection helping to reduce your risk of developing the disease.

Your Genetic Cancer Screen Risk Report Includes

Your Level of Risk for The Cancer Type

Understand how your genetic cancer risk compares to that of the general population, as well as what it could mean for your future health.

Which Genes Were Tested

A breakdown of which mutations were analysed and detected in your DNA sample and how we determined your result.

Valuable Insights

Knowing that you have a mutation that increases your risk of developing cancer allows you and your healthcare provider to create a personalised screening plan that increases the chance of early detection.

Information About Your Results

Learn more, including the symptoms and lifestyle factors that may affect your risk, as well as what your result may mean for your family members.

Primary Cancer Causes
Inherited genetic mutations cause 5-10% of most cancers.
Hereditary cancer
Hereditary cancer is caused by an inherited genetic mutation. It is typical to see a recurring pattern of cancer across two to three generations - like multiple individuals diagnosed with the same type of cancer(s) and individuals diagnosed with cancer much younger than average.
Familial cancer
Familial cancer refers to cancer that appears to occur more frequently in families than is expected from chance alone. While no specific mutation has been linked to these cancers, familial cancer may have a hereditary component that has not yet been identified.
Sporadic cancer
Sporadic cancer refers to cancer that occurs due to spontaneous mutations that accumulate over a person’s life. Sporadic cancer cannot be explained by a single cause. There are several factors, such as ageing, lifestyle, or environmental exposure, that may contribute to the development of sporadic cancer.
How Mutations Impact Women
A mutation can greatly increase a woman’s risk for developing hereditary cancer. For example, a BRCA1 mutation can increase the chances of breast cancer up to 81% and ovarian cancer up to 54% by age 80.
mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes are rare - found in approximately 1 in 300 individuals in the general population and in 2% of Ashkenazi Jewish individuals - but they significantly increase the chances of cancer. mutations in other genes are more common, but have less of an effect on the risk of developing hereditary cancer.
How Mutations Impact Men
A mutation can greatly increase a man’s risk for developing hereditary cancer. For example, an APC mutation can increase the chances of colorectal cancer up to 70-100% by age 80 if untreated.
Mutations in the APC gene are rare - accounting for less than 1% of all colorectal cancers - but they significantly increase the chances of cancer. mutations in other genes are more common, but have less of an effect on the risk of developing hereditary cancer.
Understand Your Risk for 36 Cancers
Breast Cancer
Colorectal Cancer
Melanoma Cancer
Ovarian Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer
Stomach Cancer
Uterine Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Liver Cancer
Lung Cancer
Esophageal Cancer
Thyroid Cancer
Brain Cancer
Kidney Cancer
Bladder Cancer
Lymphoma
Leukaemia
Wilms Tumour
Parathyroid cancer
Pituitary Adenoma
Multiple myeloma
Skin Squamous Cell Cancer
Skin Basal cell cancer
Chondrosarcoma
Rhabdomyosarcoma
Pheochromocytoma
Gastro-Intestinal Stromal Tumour
Paraganglioma
Carcinoid
Neurofibroma
Retinoblastoma
Osteosarcoma
Meningioma
Neuroblastoma
Uveal Melanoma
Fanconi Anemia Related Cancers
Knowing Your Risk Can Help You Take Action
Earlier and More Frequent Screenings
For example, if you have an increased risk for breast cancer, your healthcare provider might recommend mammograms from an earlier age.
Preventive Measures
Your healthcare provider may suggest preventive measures, such as certain medications that can reduce your cancer risk.
Proactive Care for Your Family
As hereditary health disorders run in families, your results can help your loved ones understand their hereditary cancer risk.

Results To Guide Your Approach To Health & Prevention

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