- Breast cancer before age 50?
- Ovarian cancer at any age?
- Two primary breast cancers in the same individual at any age or on the same side of the family?
- Male breast cancer at any age?
- Three or more breast cancers in a family at any age?
- Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry with breast cancer at any age?
- A previously identified BRCA mutation in the family?
- Triple negative breast cancer?
- Pancreatic cancer with an additional HBOC-associated* cancer
*+ HBOC-associated cancers includes breast (including DCIS), ovarian, pancreatic, and aggressive prostate cancer
- You or a close family member^ were diagnosed with colon, rectal, or endometrial cancer before age 50
- You or a family member were diagnosed with two or more Lynch syndrome cancers± at any age in the same person
- Two or more family members were diagnosed with a Lynch syndrome cancer± on the same side of the family, one before age 50
- There are three or more family members with a Lynch syndrome cancer± on the same side of the family at any age
There is a previously identified Lynch syndrome or MAP syndrome mutation in your family
±Lynch syndrome-associated cancers include colon/rectal, endometrial, ovarian, stomach/gastric, kidney/urinary tract, biliary tract, small bowel, pancreas, brain, and sebaceous adenoma cancers.^Close family members are parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, grandparents and grandchildren.