Breast Health Sensor

The Breast Health Sensor shows how high the individual risk of developing breast cancer is and helps to ensure optimal prevention and treatment.

Breast cancer is on the rise

The number of breast cancer cases has almost doubled in the last 50 years. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in Western countries. Although the mortality rate is steadily decreasing due to medical progress, more women still die from breast cancer than from any other cancer.

Therefore, it is vital for women to be aware of possible risk factors and to pay the necessary attention to prevention.

Causes of breast cancer

In most cases, breast cancer is caused by a combination of environmental factors and existing genetic defects. Therefore, some women have a much higher risk due to their genetic predisposition, which is exacerbated by an unhealthy lifestyle.

Currently, ten genes are associated with the development of breast cancer. With the help of an appropriate genetic test, these can be checked and, if necessary, appropriate preventive measures can be taken.

How our Breast Health Sensor works

For our Breast Health Sensor, our laboratory analyses the ten genes in the sample that influence breast cancer risk. In addition, we test 66 medications to see if they can cause problems due to the genes.

This enables us to assess whether a patient is more likely to have breast cancer and whether special attention should be paid to prevention.

After a successful examination, we prepare a written evaluation in which we present all relevant results.

In this way, our Breast Health Sensor helps to determine the individual risk of a patient and to select suitable preventive measures.

The Breast Health Sensor at a glance:

  • Investigation of the ten genes relevant for breast cancer risk
  • Assessment of the individual risk
  • Analysis of the efficacy of 66 relevant drugs
  • Reliable test procedure in our laboratory
  • A written summary of the results
  • Concrete recommendations for effective prevention

Further information can be foundhere.

Are you interested in a demo report?

After a successful analysis, we summarize the individual results in a detailed result report. You will also find information on the analyzed genes and the underlying science in this demo.

We would be happy to send you the demo report. Just send us an email with the name of the analysis.