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Epidemiologic research conducted over the last two decades has led us to believe that inherited factors play an important role in the etiology of all malignancies. We have initiated a program to identify DNA variants, which confer an increased risk of various cancers.
In some cases, mutations are related to a very high risk of cancer, in other cases genetic changes predispose at moderate degree to cancer. It is estimated that around 30% of all malignancies are caused by high-risk genetic predisposition. Most carriers of DNA variants conferring moderate increase in the risk of cancer development report a negative family history of cancer. DNA testing seems to be irreplaceable way of identification of an increased genetic susceptibility to tumor development in these patients. We offer genetic DNA tests aimed at identification of persons being at increased risk of malignancies. Diagnosis
of increased risk of cancer allows applying programs aimed to avoid cancer, or to diagnose
it in early stages as well as to apply effective methods of treatment for carriers of particular mutations. We offer specific programs of early cancer detection, prevention and surveillance for individuals carrying genetic variants associated with increased risk of cancers.

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