Prevent Breast Cancer

Predict, prevent and prevail over breast cancer and ovarian cancer

 

This powerful app analyzes your genes and provides insight about:

  • Genetic risk of Breast Cancer
  • Genetic risk of Breast Cancer with Radiation Exposure (such as from chest x-rays, cat scans and mammograms)
  • Genetic risk of Ovarian Cancer

 

Includes an analysis of 10 genes associated with breast and/or ovarian cancer.

  • Genes analyzed: BRCA1, BRCA2, BARD1, ATM, CHEK2, PALB2, PTEN, TP53, FGFR2 and TNRC9.

 

Are common medical exams increasing your risk of breast cancer?

Some women (and men) have changes in their genes that increase their risk of breast cancer when exposed to radiation, such as during x-rays and mammograms.

If you or your child has these genetic changes then it is important that you avoid radiation to your chest throughout your entire life.

 

What is the optimal age to use this app?

The fight against breast cancer starts with newborns.1

  • If a baby is found to be at increased risk of breast cancer, there are numerous preventions throughout childhood that can significantly decrease the risk of breast cancer throughout life.
  • Useful preventions also exist for teens and women of all ages.

 

Only for females?

The fight against breast cancer is not defined by gender.1 Men and women can fight side-by-side against breast cancer and help protect themselves and future generations.

  • About 1 percent of all breast cancers occur in men, with the number of new cases increasing each year.
  • If a man has changes in genes associated with breast cancer, such as BRCA1 and BRCA2, he will have a significantly increased the risk of prostate and testicular cancer.
  • If a man is found to have an increased risk of breast, prostate or testicular cancer then instituting various preventions, such as early and more frequent screening exams, may be lifesaving.
  • If a father finds out he has an increased risk of breast cancer then his daughters may also be at risk.

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1Outsmart Your Genes by Brandon Colby MD - Read the section about going on the offensive in our war against breast and ovarian cancer

This app analyzes your DNA and provides information about your genetic risk of breast cancer and ovarian cancer.

If your DNA data is not already stored in your Sequencing.com account, you can either import your data from a DNA test you've already taken or you can order a DNA test.

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Our Universal DNA Compatibility enables this app to work with DNA data from almost any DNA test.     Our clinical-grade 30x Whole Genome Sequencing test obtains data on 100% of your genome.

Use the Upload Center to upload and use your DNA test or genome sequencing data.

Powered by our Universal DNA Compatibility technology, this report is compatible with data from most genetic tests.

 

Test Compatibility   Format Compatibility   Variant Compatibility   Reference Genome Compatibility
Whole Genome Sequencing   FASTQ and FQ   SNP / SNV
(Single Nucleotide Variants)
  hg38 / GRCh38
Exome Sequencing   FASTA and FA   INDEL
(Insertion Deletion Variants)
  hg19 / GRCh37
Ultimate DNA Test   BAM       hg18 / GRCh36
23andMe   SAM       hg17 / GRCh35
AncestryDNA   CRAM        
MyHeritage   VCF        
Dante Labs   Genome VCF (gVCF and GVCF)        
Nebula Genomics   TXT        
Genes for Good   CSV        
Living DNA   TAB        
HomeDNA   gz and zip compressed files        
FTDNA   almost all other genetic data formats        
Silverberry Genomix            
Toolbox Genomics            
Full Genomes            
Color            
New Amsterdam Genomics            
24Genetics            
Vitagene            
Helix            
Genos            
tellmeGen            
GSA            
Axiom            
almost all other genetic tests

This DNA analysis app is optimized for Sequencing.com's Whole Genome Sequencing test.

Compare to 23andMe, Ancestry and similar that test less than 0.1% of your genome.

 

    Ultimate DNA Test   Whole Genome Sequencing
    BUY NOW   BUY NOW
         
Discounted Price   $69  $189   $399  $599
         
Amount of genome tested   1%   100%
         
Technology   Genotyping Microarray   Clinical-Grade 30x Genome Sequencing
         
Also Includes  

Silver Membership to Sequencing.com

 

Silver Membership to Sequencing.com

Wellness & Longevity Health Analysis

Healthcare Pro Report

Rare Disease Screen Analysis

What type of DNA data can I use with this app?

You can use DNA data from almost any genetic test. This includes:

  • Whole genome sequencing and exome sequencing
  • 23andMe, Ancestry.com, FamilyTreeDNA and MyHeritage
  • Most DNA genotyping microarrays including Illumina Bead Arrays®, Affymetrix Gene Chips® and the Nexus Chip®

Please note that the ability for this app to analyze breast cancer risk and ovarian cancer risk will depend upon the amount of genetic data in your genetic data file. If there is not enough genetic data in your file then some disease risk may not be able to be fully analyzed or may not be able to be analyzed at all. The results will indicate if this occurs. A file not containing enough data for full genetic analysis of cancer risk is more likely to occur if your genetic data file is from a company or laboratory that uses DNA microarray technology for their genetic testing, such as Ancestry.com, 23andMe and MyHeritage. 

 

Do I need to do anything to the file containing my genetic data before it is analyzed by this app?

Good news... the app does everything for you.

All you need to do is either upload or import the file containing your genetic data into your Sequencing.com account. Start the app, select the file and the app will handle do everything else.

23andMe data can be uploaded or imported directly from 23andMe (via the Upload Center) while Ancestry.com, Family Tree DNA and The Genographic Project data can be obtained from those services and then uploaded to your account at Sequencing.com. You don't need to do anything to the file you obtain from these services... just upload the file to your secure account at Sequencing.com and then you can use it to power most apps.

Both whole and exome sequencing data can be provided unaligned (such as in FASTQ or FASTA formats), aligned but without variant calling (such as BAM or SAM formats) or in VCF, CRAM or AVRO formats.

 

What about determining sex or reference genome used when the data was created?

Some more good news... the app does this as well. It utilizes an advanced automated approach to determine sex and reference genome (if the file format is downstream of alignment).

 

What do the question marks and dashes represent in the 'My Genetic Makeup' column of this table?

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Two question marks are used when your genetic data file did not contain any data on this specific genetic variant and therefore the data was not tested for and is 'Unknown'. Two question marks are used because each person's DNA contains two copies of that genetic variant so there is one question mark for each copy of the genetic variant in your DNA.
 
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A single question mark will appear when your genetic data file did not contain any data on this specific genetic and DNA commonly only contains a single copy of that genetic variant. 
For example, all variants on the mitochondrial chromosome (Chromosome "M") exist as a single copy because DNA only contains a single copy of the mitochondrial chromosome. This is different from most chromosomes, which appear duplicate (there are two copies of chromosome 1, two copies of chromosome 2, etc.). If the variant is on a chromosome that there is only a single copy of and there is no data on that variant in the data file then only a single question mark will appear.
 
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Two dashes are used if your genetic data file does include information about this specific genetic variant but the data is a 'No Call.' A 'No Call' means the lab that generated the file determined that the variant's test result did not pass quality control. A 'No Call' may also appear when Sequencing.com's additional quality control determines a variant's result is not reliable and may provide inaccurate results. Sequencing.com has implemented this additional quality control to ensure that only the highest quality genetic data is analyzed by apps.
Two dashes are used instead of question marks because the genetic data file does contain data on that variant but the variant's results are not reliable.
 
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A single dash is used when the variant's results are not reliable (ie the test result for that variant fails quality control) and DNA contains only a single copy of that variant. For example, all variants on the mitochondrial chromosome that are tested for by a genetic test but don't pass quality control have a single dash as the variant's result.

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The genetic analysis and statements that appear in this app have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration. The Sequencing.com website and all software applications (Apps) that use Sequencing.com's website, as well as Sequencing.com's open Application Programming Interface (API), are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.