Innovative Tests


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Breast and ovarian cancers are common cancers that affect women.  But only some of them are hereditary.  Hereditary cancer can happen when a parent passes on a mutation (change) in a BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene to a son or daughter.  Changes in these 2 genes cause about 3% to 5% of all cancers in the breast and up to 15% of all cancers in the ovary.  Changes in the 2 genes also increase the risk for breast and/or prostate cancer in men.

Cardio IQ® 

Male doctor talking to older male patientThe Cardio IQ® Report provides an in-depth analysis of your patient's cardiac health, based on a number of different factors, from basic lipids to lipoprotein subfractionation.