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Knowledge is power

Reduce your risks, save your life. 

$399 per person for a saliva test kit and individualized genetic counseling.

Genetic Testing

Actionable Results

This is not about your ancestry, whether cilantro tastes like soap, or finding long-lost relatives. It’s to detect potentially dire health concerns before they happen so you can  take action and prevent them. Save yourself and your loved ones from cancer, heart conditions, deadly medication reactions, and more. 

Medically Supported

Our test includes genes specifically mentioned by clinical medical organizations, are ordered by a Utah-licensed Medical Doctor, and can be discussed with a Utah-licensed Genetic Counselor. The laboratory environment has all necessary certifications, including CAP and CLIA. 

For Everyone

Cancer doesn’t discriminate. While we focus on breast cancer, our genetic testing also detects risks relevant to all of us, including colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, melanoma, and stomach cancer. Sex-specific organs we evaluate also include ovaries, uterus/endometrium, and the prostate. 


About Genetic Testing

You know Angelina Jolie and Christina Applegate, right? They made the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes even more famous. When a woman has a damaging genetic variant in one of these genes (and there are other similar genes like ATM which is found in Doris Jean's family), they can have up to an 80% lifetime risk of breast cancer and 40% lifetime risk of ovarian cancer. Having this information in advance can help you take preventative action, customize treatment, and alert other family members.

We can help assess your personal risk for having one of these gene variants through a fast and easy saliva collection kit. Furthermore, when you complete the forms section, you will be answering questions that help us determine your personal lifetime risk of breast cancer, which will be reported in your mammogram results. 


There are hundreds of genetic tests you could choose. For the Boob Bus, we have selected a test to tell you about cancer risk (breast, ovarian, colon, prostate, pancreas, and more), certain heart conditions, and medication response (pharmacogenetics) to name a few.

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