Genetic Testing for Breast & Ovarian
Suitable for high-risk individuals with family history.
SHCP-Breast/ Ovarian Cancer-26
Monday to Friday：9 am – 6 pm
Saturday：9 am – 1 pm
Sunday and Public Holiday：Closed
We have eHealth system for the viewing of your old medical records & Health Care Voucher
Genetic testing to identify hereditary cancers allows you to prevent and manage your health early.
Hereditary cancers account for approximately 5-10% of all cancers, and people who inherit genetic mutations generally are more likely to develop certain cancers at earlier age of onset than the common population.
only 5mL blood
99.9% accuracy with alternative validation
BRCA1, BRCA2, CHEK2, PALB2, BRIP1, TP53, PTEN, STK11, CDH1, ATM, BARD1, MLH1,MRE11A, MSH2, MSH6, MUTYH, NBN,
PMS1, PMS2, RAD50, RAD51C, RAD51D, NF1, EPCAM, SMARCA4, CDK12
Common hereditary cancers (ranked by the total number of cancer deaths in 2018):
- Breast cancer (626679, No. 5)
- Ovarian cancer (184799, No. 14)
- Uterine body cancer (endometrial cancer) (89929, 20th place)
Who should take Hereditary Cancer Tests?
- Personal or family medical history characteristics, especially if they meet more than one of the following, the body may have hereditary cancer genes:
- Two or more family members have breast cancer or ovarian cancer
- Early-onset breast cancer was diagnosed in the family (under 45 years old)
- The same person in the family has multiple breast cancers, or has breast cancer and ovarian cancer successively
- A male in the family is a breast cancer patient
- Patients with breast cancer or ovarian inflammation
Breast cancer 50%-85% (with early age of onset)
Breast cancer 40%-60% ( breast cancer on other side of the breast)
Ovarian cancer 15%-45%
There is a high risk of other cancers (e.g. colon cancer)
Breast cancer 50%-85% with early age of onset
Ovarian cancer 10%-20%