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Hereditary Cancer Screening. Know Your Risk.

Not all cancers are due to environmental factors, some are associated with hereditary genetic markers. MDGeneticPro CGx uses the latest technology in Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) to analyze a patient’s DNA, providing comprehensive reports of genetic mutations and risk factors. Awareness of risk allows the patient and physician to take a proactive approach and develop a specific monitoring program.

Who is at Increased Risk?

  • A person with a history of cancer.
  • A person with close family members diagnosed with cancer under the age of fifty.
  • A person with family members who have had hereditary cancer genetic testing and variants were identified.

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Types and Causes of Kidney Failure

Your kidneys are one of the most significant organs in the body. They are a pair of organs located towards your lower back and serve the purpose of filtering your blood to remove toxic and waste substances from the body. The toxic substances can be detrimental to your...

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Understanding Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is most common if there is a family history of it, colon polyps present and long bouts of ulcerative colitis without treatment. With that said, colon cancer can affect anyone. Sometimes all it takes for the cancer to occur is poor diet, lack of...

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MDGeneticPro Hereditary Cancer

Hereditary Cancer Screening. Know Your Risk. 

Not all cancers are due to environmental factors, some are associated with hereditary genetic markers. MDGeneticPro CGx uses the latest technology in Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) to analyze a patient’s DNA, providing comprehensive reports of genetic mutations and risk factors. Awareness of risk allows the patient and physician to take a proactive approach and develop a specific monitoring program.

Who is at Increased Risk?

  • A person with a history of cancer.
  • A person with close family members diagnosed with cancer under the age of fifty.
  • A person with family members who have had hereditary cancer genetic testing and variants were identified.

Let’s Talk

We want to hear from you! Tell us more about your interest in MDGeneticPro Hereditary Cancer today.

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Read Our Blog

Types and Causes of Kidney Failure

Your kidneys are one of the most significant organs in the body. They are a pair of organs located towards your lower back and serve the purpose of filtering your blood to remove toxic and waste substances from the body. The toxic substances can be detrimental to your...

read more

Understanding Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal cancer is most common if there is a family history of it, colon polyps present and long bouts of ulcerative colitis without treatment. With that said, colon cancer can affect anyone. Sometimes all it takes for the cancer to occur is poor diet, lack of...

read more