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What does a BRCA gene mutation mean?
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Is This Assessment for Me?

Determine if the Assessment is right for you

Can you answer Yes to any of these questions?

Personal and Family History

Have you or any of your family members been diagnosed with breast or ovarian cancers?



Have you or any of your family members been diagnosed with breast cancer before the age of 50 or ovarian cancer at any age?



Are you of Ashkenazi Jewish descent?

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Healthcare providers

Know: BRCA can help you collect detailed family history information and determine whether referral to genetic services is needed.

Find out how you can use Know:BRCA in your practice.

  • Download our Starter Kit
  • Learn about Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer

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How to Take the Assessment

Your Step-by-Step Journey to Assessing Your BRCA Gene Mutation Risk

Step One - Gather Your History
1. Gather Your History

Gather your family's breast and ovarian cancer history.

Step Two - Make Your Profile
2. Make Your Profile

Create a secure online profile to save your progress as you go.

Step Three - Take the Assessment
3. Take the Assessment

Input your family cancer history. It should take approx. 15 minutes if you have all the information ready.

Step Four - Get Your Results
4. Get Your Results

Receive confidential results that clearly measure your risk.

Step Five - Talk with Your Doctor
5. Talk with Your Doctor

Print your results or share your results with your doctor online.