What does Color test for?

Color analyzes your patient’s risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer based on a comprehensive analysis of 30 genes, including BRCA1 and BRCA2, known to impact hereditary cancer risk, along with your patient’s self-reported personal and family history information.

When assessing your patient’s genetic risk for the most common hereditary cancers, we may learn information about risk for other cancers, such as kidney and thyroid cancers, among others, depending on the gene in which a mutation is found. We will include these specific cancer risks in your patient’s results. Please note that Color does not comprehensively assess risk for cancers other than breast, colorectal, melanoma, ovarian, pancreatic, prostate, stomach, and uterine cancer at this time.

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