What is new about the Color Test?

Color has expanded the list of genes and cancers included in the Color Test. While it still covers hereditary risk for breast and ovarian cancer, the Color Test now also analyzes genes associated with other common hereditary cancers affecting women and men, including colorectal, melanoma, pancreatic, prostate, stomach, and uterine cancer.

Your healthcare provider may order the 19-gene test for breast and ovarian cancer risk for you, rather than the 30-gene test for hereditary cancer risk. Otherwise, you will receive the 30-gene test for hereditary cancer risk.

Learn more about purchasing the 30-gene test for hereditary cancer risk if you have already used the 19-gene test for breast and ovarian cancer risk.

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