Editorial

Editorial

Monogenic vs Polygenic Inheritance

Types of inheritance, terms, and genetic testing

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Is blood cancer hereditary?

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Which genetic variants cause disease?

Changes in our DNA occur all of the time. Many are harmless, while others cause disease.

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Calculate your risk

What is the likelihood that you carry a pathogenic variant?

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Mapping your family cancer history

The importance of family cancer history and how to map it

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Hereditary stomach cancer

Stomach cancer is the fifth most common cancer in the world, and 10-20% is hereditary

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What to expect from your GeneMate® test

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Behind the scenes of GeneMate®

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The importance of informing family members of a positive result

All first-degree relatives of a carrier have a 50% risk of themselves being a carrier

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Hereditary melanoma

Melanoma is the most rapidly increasing cancer in Sweden and 10-15% of all cases are hereditary

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Which genes does GeneMate® test and why?

Our clinically actionable selection of genes gives you a better shot at prevention.

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Hereditary prostate cancer

1 in 5 Swedish men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Guidelines for the identification of hereditary prostate cancer are now expanded.

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Hereditary cancer: 97% of all carriers remain unidentified

Family history-based testing identifies some, misses many

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Polyposis syndromes

Polyposis' cause, associated cancer types, and risk-reducing measures

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Hereditary ovarian cancer

15-20% of all ovarian cancer is hereditary

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Lynch Syndrome

Lynch syndrom is caused by hereditary pathogenic variants and increases the risk of several different cancer types

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Things to consider prior to genetic testing

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This is our mission

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Hereditary breast cancer

15-20% of all breast cancer is hereditary

 

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R&D Update: project ELEVATE

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Hereditary colorectal cancer

One third of all colorectal cancer is hereditary