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Your Breast Cancer Risk

IS MORE THAN YOUR FAMILY HISTORY

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90% of breast cancer is not hereditary.
 
This is where a new type of genetic test comes in: individualized genetic risk assessment.
 
Predict Your Risk

Introducing the Premier Home Test Kit for genetic risk assessment:

Determine your personal likelihood of developing breast cancer

over the next 5 years & lifetime

with a combined clinical & genetic risk assessment test derived

from up to 200 genetic markers, including all racial variables for disease.

All with a simple, easy-to-use cheek swab

from the comfort of your home.

See what the experts say:

Limited Time Offer: Save $150

Get the geneType Breast Cancer Risk Assessment Test Kit

including a one-on-one personalized genetic counseling session

FOR JUST $149!

That's $150 off the regular price of $299, but only for a limited time!

You Will Receive a
Clear, Easy To Understand Report

And a Personal, one-on-one appointment with

geneType’s Genetic Counselors

That's a cutting-edge lab test & a visit to a specialist

All for $149

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References
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