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Myriad myRisk with riskScore blends analysis of genetic risk factors with clinical and cancer family history to deliver the most comprehensive, clinically actionable results to help providers manage their patients’ risk of cancer. This means more of your patients will benefit from valuable information that can make a difference in health outcomes for themselves and for their families.
Reduce false negatives
At Myriad there is not an acceptable false negative rate. We invest heavily in new technologies and techniques to make sure we minimize the potential for error.
Identifying cancer at an earlier stage provides you important information to better treat your patients and prevent secondary cancers.
Save time and money
Not only will the testing process be painless, the cost of the test is also painless with Myriad. Myriad strives to keep costs low for patients.
Clinically validated tool to estimate risk of breast cancer by assessing a combination of genetic markers, clinical factors, and family history
Analytically validated high-throughput laboratory with 99.98% accuracy10
Industry leading, FDA-reviewed11 variant interpretation program, as part of the BRACAnalysis CDx PMA, with powerful methods unique to Myriad
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U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH). BRACAnalysis CDxTM approval letter, December 19, 2014. Retrieved November 7, 2018, from http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf14/P140020A.pdf.
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