To identify a woman as a carrier only after she develops cancer is a failure of cancer prevention.” -Mary Claire King
Are you doing everything you can to help your patients detect breast cancer early?
- An estimated 90% of unaffected BRCA carriers have yet to be identified and most at-risk women have yet to be tested.¹
- This could amount to 11,477,635 unaffected women who are eligible for testing.
- While genetic testing has become much more accessible, many practices still don’t have the tools to identify the patients that need it the most.
This Breast Cancer Awareness Month bring the power of genetics to your program with CancerIQ.
CancerIQ makes it easy for providers to offer cancer risk assessment services to every patient that walks through the door.
¹ Drohan B, Roche CA, Cusack JC Jr, et al: Hereditary breast and ovarian cancer and other hereditary syndromes: Using technology to identify carriers. Ann Surg Oncol 19:1732-1737, 2012