Colorectal cancer is a common malignancy of the digestive system with a poor prognosis and high morbidity and mortality rate. Your individual colorectal cancer risk can be very high, whether or not there is a family history of cancer. Knowing your personal cancer risk is the key to cancer prevention and longevity.

When determining genetic risk, it is possible to identify women and men at increased risk for colorectal cancer so that they can receive timely examinations and a personal follow-up plan. By implementing precision prevention, it is possible to reduce the incidence and impact of cancer and achieve a longer life.

Get your DNA results in 3 simple steps:

 This test is available to purchase directly online . However, all test kits include mandatory pre and post-test support which will either be provided by London Medical Testing Doctors.

  1. Order your test kit online for delivery to your door.
  2. Provide a saliva sample and post it back to our laboratory for analysis – postage is free.
  3. Our experts analyse your sample and send your results via email in 4 weeks.

It’s never been simpler to understand your health and risk of cancer

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How to take the test?

It’s a simple ‘saliva test’ that you can do in your own home – we don’t need a blood sample, all we need is your saliva. You’ll receive a kit in the post with clear instructions on giving your sample together with all the paperwork you need to sign, which you then post back to us.

Test results include:

  • Individual polygenic risk score for colorectal cancer based on the high-tech analysis of 91 genetic variants associated with colorectal cancer;
  • Your individual risk of colorectal cancer compared to the rest of the population of your age;
  • Your likelihood to get colorectal cancer in 10 years and risk assessment compared to a person with average genetic risk of your age.

The test results provide answers to the following questions:

  • What is my genetic risk level of colorectal cancer?
  • At what age and with what methods should I start colorectal cancer screening?