Multiple genes can be associated with a single cancer
Genes selected for Myriad myRisk™ satisfy these criteria:
- Cancer Focus
- Hereditable contribution
- Association with overlapping syndromes
- Cancer risk is at least 2-3 times the general population
- Clinically Significant
- Based on increased cancer risk from societal guidelines or determined by multiple studies
- Change in management inferred based on risk level
Each gene tested with Myriad myRisk links to one or more of eight cancer sites: Breast, Ovarian, Colorectal, Endometrial, Melanoma, Pancreatic, Gastric, and Prostate.
Myriad myRisk simplifies the test selection process by providing you the most comprehensive hereditary cancer panel test with clinically significant results. Be confident you are testing for the primary clinically significant genes associated with your patients™ risk.
Our brief and easy-to-use hereditary cancer quiz can help you determine whether you may be a candidate to get tested for several of the most common hereditary cancer syndromes.Get Started
You and your healthcare provider can determine your cancer risk and course of management by understanding your family history and pursuing hereditary cancer testing when appropriate.Get Patient Guide
FAMILY HISTORY TOOL
The Family History Tool starts your pedigree chart with you adding information about yourself, then you’ll be asked for information about family members to complete your health history profile.Get Started
Take this hereditary cancer survivor snapshot to learn if your cancer diagnosis might have been related to an inherited gene mutation. On average, the quiz takes less than 1 minute to complete.Get Started