Susceptibility to Cancer is identified to help your doctor take preventative measures to protect your health. As noted above, a Family History Assessment of cancer can be critical in determining an individual’s risk for cancer. If there is a strong incidence of cancer within a patient’s family, he or she may also want to undergo testing to identify the possible presence of Blood Cancer Markers.
Hypercoagulation/coagulation defects are evaluated to determine your susceptibility to blood clots, heart attack, stroke or other inherited or acquired conditions affecting blood circulation.
Susceptibility to Heart Disease is assessed through extensive family medical histories and cardiovascular testing.
Susceptibility to Bipolar Disorder, Mental Illness and Suicide is assessed after taking your medical and psychosocial history and an extensive family, medical, and social history.