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At-Home Colon Cancer Testing

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At-home colorectal cancer tests use a stool sample to detect cancer early. Learn about the types of at-home colorectal cancer tests and their pros and cons.
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BRCA Gene Mutation Testing

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Concerned that certain cancers run in your family? Learn how BRCA gene mutation testing can answer questions about an individual’s inherited cancer risk.
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CA19-9 Blood Test (Cancer Antigen)

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What does CA 19-9 testing tell you about your diagnosis? Learn how the test is conducted and used and what role it plays in cancer and other conditions.
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CA-125

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Looking for information about the CA-125 test? Learn about the uses of this test, how it’s conducted, and the role of CA-125 in cancer and other conditions.
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HER2

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A HER2 test is a tumor marker test used to assess HER2 status in cancer patients to better understand prognosis and guide treatment.
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Genetic Tests for Targeted Cancer Therapy

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Genetic tests for targeted cancer therapy detect mutations (changes) in the DNA of cancer cells. Knowing whether the cancer has a particular mutation can help guide the type of treatment that a person receives. The presence or absence of certain mutations can predict who may benefit from certain drugs and who is not likely to respond.
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Stool DNA Test

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The stool DNA test checks for genetic changes in the cells in your stool. Abnormal cells or blood in the stool may be a sign of precancerous growths or cancer.
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