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Conditions   77

SNPs          1062

Genes          518

Cancer is a genetic disease - cancer is caused by certain changes in the genes that control the functioning of our cells, especially as they grow and divide. Genetic changes that promote cancer can be inherited from our parents if the changes are present in the germ cells. Genetic changes that cause cancer can also be acquired throughout life, as a result of errors that occur when cells divide or exposure to cancer-causing substances that damage DNA.The Neoplasm Panel gathers risk susceptibility information genetics in more than 70 conditions related to oncology There are more than 500 genes and more than 1,000 markers analyzed from each individual and specified in detail with their risk score.

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