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Some children may present with clinical features suspicious of an inherited cancer syndrome or may inherit certain genetic mutations from a parent that increase their risk for developing cancer. For these young patients, testing to identify genetic variations can help providers better understand the risk of inherited cancer predisposition.1

Inherited pediatric cancers test menu


Our pediatric hereditary cancer test offerings include single-gene assays that evaluate specific genes already identified in a parent with a hereditary cancer syndrome. Our highly trained genetic counselors can work with providers to personalize testing for more than one familial variant, if indicated.

Key testing

  1. Screening for cancer in children. Finding cancer in children. American Cancer Society., Revised Oct 14, 2019. Accessed Feb. 9, 2023.

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