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Myogenes Genetic Testing

Price from £349
Myogenes Genetic Testing

Regenerative Wellbeing have partnered with Myogenes to offer our patients the latest in genetic testing. We can provide invaluable insights into your own unique, individual genetic makeup.

Genetic Tests Available:
The Health and Wellbeing Test
Learn what nutrition your body will respond to best for a personalised wellness plan based on your DNA sequence. All you need is a bit of saliva.
Price£349
The Hereditary Cancer Test
Our Hereditary Cancer Test, designed for anyone at any age, allows you to find out your risk levels and manage your health proactively.
Price£489
The Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer Test
The Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer Test looks for BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes which are found in around 50% of families who experience breast and ovarian cancer.
Price£389
The Health and Wellbeing Test

Learn what nutrition your body will respond to best for a personalised wellness plan based on your DNA sequence. All you need is a bit of saliva.

How does the Myogene health and wellbeing test help?

This highly educational test will help you choose the right diet and exercise plan for your best self.

What does the health and wellbeing test tell you?

By looking at your DNA, you learn:

  • The micro-and macro-nutrients needs of your body.
  • How you respond to alcohol, coffee and lactose.
  • How well your muscles work and what sports would be good for you.
  • If you might be affected by things like weight gain, cholesterol, weak bones or high blood sugar.
  • If you’re likely to age quickly or not.

Are the results simple?

Yep, you’ll get an 80+ page book telling you everything you need to know about your lifestyle and diet including how your body processes nutrients, if you’re prone to diseases, if you are prone to missing key nutrients, how your metabolism is working, your stress response and you’ll get example foods and exercises that benefit your genes.

The Hereditary Cancer Test

Our Hereditary Cancer Test, designed for anyone at any age, allows you to find out your risk levels and manage your health proactively.

What is the Hereditary Cancer Test?

This test helps you identify mutated genes that are associated with cancer. This includes breast, ovarian, prostate, stomach, neck & head and colon cancer. Overall, 25 hereditary cancers are scanned for.

How does a Hereditary Cancer Test work?

We just need a saliva sample. That gets analysed and you get a report on any increased cancer risk you might have. We study 98 genes associated with increased risk for breast, ovarian, prostate cancer and 21 more hereditary cancers. This will provide you with a detailed report that you can discuss with your GP or alternatively you can have a consultation with our in-house GP to gain information for your treatment plan.

Who should have a Hereditary Cancer Test?

Anyone over the age of 18. Even if you’re healthy. Why? Because knowing about your risk provides you options you won’t have overwise. We really recommend a test for specific groups too, like:

  • Ashkenazi Jewish descent
  • If your family has a history of cancer
  • If a family member has had cancer before 50
  • If a family member has had a rare form of cancer like ovarian, triple-negative breast cancer etc.
  • If you already have a cancer diagnosis and want to understand your risks
The Hereditary Cancer Test FAQ's
Knowing early helps you fight it. Even without a diagnosis, you can make changes to your diet, lifestyle and environment to reduce your risk. Your GP may talk to you about cancer-preventing drugs or surgery that’s right for you. Plus you’ll know information that might help your family or children understand their risks.
Sometimes the results are inconclusive and this can be stressful if you were expecting to know the risks.
While it’s not a guarantee you’ll get cancer, when a predictive genetic test result is positive, it means you have increased genetic risk. Your diet, lifestyle, environment and more play a role too.
A negative test means you may get cancer because of risk from diet, lifestyle, environment etc; but you don’t have any significant hereditary risk factors.
We’ll use your saliva to study 98 genes associated with increased risk for breast, ovarian, prostate cancer and 21 more hereditary cancers. This will provide you with a detailed report that you can discuss with your own GP or alternatively book a consultation with one of our in-house GP’s where you
We just need a saliva sample. That gets analysed and you get a report on any increased cancer risk you might have. We study 98 genes associated with increased risk for breast, ovarian, prostate cancer and 21 more hereditary cancers. This will provide you with a detailed report that you can discuss with your GP or alternatively you can have a consultation with our in-house GP to gain information for your treatment plan.
The Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer Test

The Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer Test looks for BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes which are found in around 50% of families who experience breast and ovarian cancer.

 

How does a Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer Test work?

By looking for the specific genes in your saliva sample, we’re able to tell you if you are at increased risk for ovarian or breast cancer.

As well as looking for BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes it also looks for PALB2 which has nearly as high of a risk, plus mutations in 13 other genes. ATM, BARD1, BRCA1, BRCA2, BRIP1, CDH1, CHEK2, NBN, NF1, PALB2, PPM1D, PTEN, RAD51C, STK11, TP53.

The Hereditary Breast & Ovarian Cancer Test FAQ's
For someone without these genes or mutations, the risk is 12% on average for women. For a woman with BRCA1 or BRCA2, the risk is 40-85%. That’s way higher.
For the average woman, the risk is about 2%. But for those with BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations that chance goes up to 16%-44%.
It affects 1 in every 400 people but Ashkenazi Jewish descendants are at more risk with 1 in 40 carrying the faulty gene.
No, of course not. But it’s good to have that information to discuss with your GP.
You’ll know your chances. You can discuss your risks with your Doctor who may be able to prescribe preventive treatments. There may also be surgeries that would further reduce your risk. Plus, it helps your family too. They’ll also be informed of their possible risk as a relative of yours. And you’ll know if you have a chance to pass these faulty genes on.
The test might be inconclusive and that wouldn’t tell you anything. But you might experience some anxiety expecting results you don’t get.
When a predictive genetic test result is positive, that means your risk of developing cancer is higher because you have the faulty gene or genes. But it’s not a guarantee you WILL get cancer. Your health, medical history, environment and lifestyle matter too. Other factors, such as your medical history, lifestyle and your environment, also play a key role.
You might still get cancer but it won’t be due to your genes. Your diet, lifestyle, environment and so on would be the deciding factors in that case.

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