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Understanding My Results

Your test result gives you valuable information that you and your doctor can use to make more informed health decisions, often before cancer has a chance to develop.

Get your questions answered. To be sure you understand your test results, talk with your doctor. Together, you can plan your next steps.

If you know your results, click on the name of the test you were given to learn more:



Comprehensive BRACAnalysis®

Comprehensive BRACAnalysis® tests for mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes associated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC) syndrome. Choose your test result below:

My result is negative ("No mutation detected" or "Favor polymorphism")

My result is uncertain ("Genetic change of uncertain significance")

My result is positive ("Positive for a deleterious mutation" or "Suspected deleterious")

Single Site BRACAnalysis®

When a gene mutation has been previously identified in another family member, this test will examine a small portion of the DNA for that specific mutation only. Possible results include:

My result is negative ("No mutation detected")

My result is positive ("Positive for a deleterious mutation")

Multisite 3 BRACAnalysis®

Multisite 3 BRACAnalysis® tests for the three most common mutations found in people of Ashkenazi, or Eastern European Jewish, ancestry. Possible results include:

My result is negative ("No mutation detected")

My result is positive ("Positive for a deleterious mutation")

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