Genetic  Cancer Screening

Cancer Screening £495

About Hereditary Genetic Testing For Cancer and Cardiovascular (Heart) Disease

All Cancers are not usually inherited, but some types – mainly breast, ovarian, colorectal and prostate cancer – can be strongly influenced by genes and can run in families. 10-15% of most cancers in women and men are due to inherited genetic mutations. These can significantly raise your risk of developing cancer because the mutated or altered genes cannot repair damaged cells, which can then build up and form a tumour.

BRCA1 and BRCA2 are two of the most ‘famous’ examples of genes that can raise your cancer risk if they become altered. They greatly increase a woman’s chance of developing breast cancer and ovarian cancer and this was the reason that Angelina Jolie had preventative breast and ovarian cancer surgery. They also increase a man’s chance of developing male breast cancer and prostate cancer.

BRCA genes are not the only cancer risk genes. Researchers have recently identified more than 100 new gene variants associated with an increased risk of breast, prostate and ovarian cancer. Individually, these new gene variants only slightly increase the risk of cancer, but a combination could mean a much higher overall risk.

If you or your partner have a high-risk hereditary gene, it can be passed on to any children you may have.

The picture is very similar for the risks associated with cardiovascular disease and what this means for your future health – and that of your family. 

More Info about  Hereditary Genetic Testing

Our Services

  • Hereditary genetic tests to identify your risk for common cancers (saliva sample) FOR MEN & WOMEN
  • Hereditary genetic tests to identify your risk for cardiovascular disease (saliva sample) FOR MEN & WOMEN
  • Genetic counselling FOR MEN & WOMEN


A consultation with one of our Medical Consultants or Genetic Counselors provided by Innermost Healthcare private healthcare company, established over 20 years ago and based at our own state-of-the-art private clinic in Cardiff. It is Founded and led by Dr Robert Bryan Beattie MD FRCOG (a current Consultant in Obstetrics, Fetal & Maternal Medicine in the NHS), who provide the very latest technologies, services and expert advice in pregnancy care, women’s health and Hereditary Genetic Testing.

To Book this Hereditary  Genetic  Cancer Testing Consultation , please Click   BOOK NOW  

COLOR 30 CANCER TEST       -   £495.00

A simple saliva test to check up to 30 gene mutations (such as BRCA1 and 2) linked to higher risks of 8 common cancers  that impact risk for Breast, Ovarian, Uterine, Colon, Melanoma, Pancreatic, Stomach, and Prostate CancersColor analyzes 3 genes currently known to cause most Familial Hypercholesterolemia (FH) cases: APOB*, LDLR, PCSK9 . Color Standard: 14 Genes associated with some commonly prescribed medications

To Book this Hereditary  Genetic  Cancer Testing, please Click   BOOK NOW  

COLOR Extended CANCER TEST       -   £595.00

A simple saliva test to check up to gene mutations and its for people who want a more complete understanding of their genes and health, and for those who have a personal or family history of conditions covered. Includes all genes currently analyzed by Color. The most relevant genes for common hereditary cancers and  some commonly prescribed medications

To Book this Hereditary  Genetic  Cancer Testing, please Click   BOOK NOW  

More Info about  Hereditary Genetic Testing

  •  Are you stressed over your Risks for Health Issues?

In case you're worried about your danger of a specific health condition (for example, Cancer or Heart illness) – may be on the basics that you know it's in your family ancestry – some of these screening tests and hereditary testing can support you.

Discovering your health risks earliest can help you and your family plan accordingly at the beginning phase when they are more chances of these conditions treatable. The results from these test can help your clinician with a definite investigation to help decide the best medications and medicines for you.

Prior to having any of these screening tests, it merits discovering in insight concerning the test itself and what might occur straightaway in the event that you discover you have a higher danger of a specific condition. Choosing whether or not to have these screening test is your individual decision and one which no one but you can only make. We generally advice  conversing with your family, Family and additionally your Healthcare professionals  before settling on your ultimate choice

  • Why to Get Tested ?

If you’re really concerned about your risk of developing any  particular disease or condition – perhaps because you know it’s in your family history – genetic tests can really  help:

  • These tests can give you information if you – or members of your family – should start early cancer or cardiovascular screening
  • These tests can give you information if you should talk to your doctor at an early stage about maintaining good general and cardiovascular health
  • These tests can give you information if you should talk to your doctor about lifestyle changes or take other measures
  • These tests can give you information to your doctor and they may find it useful to know how your genes can influence the way your body processes certain medications
  • These tests can give you information about knowing what your genes say about risk can help you and your family be proactive about conditions that may run in your family.
  • These tests have some disadvantages too. Some times results of some genetic tests are inconclusive – doctors may identify a variation in a gene, but not know what effect it may have. A positive result may cause permanent anxiety – some people would rather not know about their risk and only want to be told if they actually develop a condition.

Frequently asked questions

  • Do I need a doctor to authorise this test?

No, you can buy it directly from this website – our service includes counselling to confirm if the test will be helpful to you and to help you understand the results.

  • Will my health insurance cover the cost of this test?

Many health insurance plans cover the cost of genetic testing – check with your provider to find out if it is in your policy

  • How soon do I get my results?

Usually within 3-4 weeks of receipt of your kit in the laboratory

  • How accurate is the test?

Color’s laboratory has been accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and has Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) certification. The Color Test showed >99% accuracy in multiple validation studies.

Let’s Move from Awareness to Action 

Book now your spot for Genetic Cancer Screening in Leeds

Book Now