For you

Knowing you have a genetic mutation enables you to make sure you have regular check-ups and screenings.

For your family

Many mutations are known to be hereditary: if you have a mutation, there is a 50% chance that your brothers and sisters – and your children will have it too.

Taking control

Discussing your results with a professional geneticist or your own doctor can help you:

  • understand your risks
  • monitor your health
  • consider your lifestyle or diet
  • protect your family

Get your DNA results in 3 simple steps:

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 or book appointment at our clinic.
  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 4-6 weeks.

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

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What your results mean for you.

As with your pre-test counselling, either your own clinician or one of our UK-based Consultant Genetic Specialists will contact you to discuss your results and their implications for you.


A positive result does NOT mean you have cancer, or that you will definitely develop it. It does means that a mutation, or genetic change, has been identified in a specific gene that increases the chance of your developing certain cancers in your lifetime – and your personal results will provide more detailed information specific to you. There may also be implications for other members of your family – and this will also be discussed with you.


A negative result means that no mutations or genetic changes associated with an increased risk of the most common hereditary cancers were identified in the genes that were analysed. The result does not eliminate your risk of developing cancer completely as there are other factors, such as lifestyle, or perhaps mutations not detected by current technology or mutations in other genes. Again, all this will be discussed with you.