Genetic & Hereditary Tests

All Hereditary Cancer Risk -113 Genes

All Hereditary Cancer Risk -113 Genes Testing for hereditary cancers can detect specific, heritable, disease-related gene mutations that may increase the risk of certain cancers allowing an in-depth cancer risk assessment for each patient. Help & FAQs Home £799 Best Value Book Appointment Comprehensive Cancer Panel CentoCancer® is a specific and sensitive panel with all known highly penetrant cancer genes. Each gene has been carefully selected based on its risk potential in the developmen...
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Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer Risk

Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer Risk Genetic testing is available for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer. Most breast and ovarian cancer is not caused by inherited mutations, so genetic testing will not help most women with a family health history of breast and ovarian cancer. Help & FAQs Home £480 Best Value Book Now What is a BRCA gene test? A BRCA gene test uses a sample of your blood, saliva (spit), or cells from inside of your cheek to look for changes in your BRCA1 and BRCA...
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Genetic Lactose Intolerance

Genetic Lactose Intolerance Most of the world’s population (about 75%) are lactose intolerant and can’t consume milk or milk products without feeling ill. This is because they lack the enzyme lactase, which digests the milk sugar lactose. Help & FAQs Home £55 Best Value Book Appointment Lactose tolerance arises from a genetic mutation Previous tests for lactose intolerance were time-consuming and invasive. Recently, researchers at the Canterbury Health Laboratories in Christchurch have...
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Genetic Coeliac Disease

Genetic Coeliac Disease When you have symptoms suggesting celiac disease, such as chronic diarrhea, bloating, abdominal pain, anemia, and weight loss; when an infant is chronically irritable or fails to grow at a normal rate; when a close family member has celiac disease; when you are being treated for celiac disease Help & FAQs Home £120 Best Value Book Appointment Celiac Disease Many people with celiac disease don’t know they have it. Two blood tests can help diagnose it: Serology...
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