What you know about how you process estrogen may help prevent or reduce your risk of breast cancer.
1 in 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime.
|80% of breast cancer occurs in women with no family history. Estrogen gene testing may help you lessen your risk.|
|The link between increased breast cancer and elevated estrogen levels is well known. The overall increased risk from exposure to estrogen-based medications such as hormonal replacement therapy, bio-identical hormonal substitution and fertility medications is 2.5 times higher. Estrogen gene testing can help you identify if these medications are safe for you.|
|Who are the women at risk? Why does one sister wind up with breast cancer and the other who has the exact same estrogen exposure does not? The answer is in our genes. One sister will excrete the excess estrogen and the other will not. The Estrogen Gene test uncovers if we are able to metabolize estrogen normally.|
|The Estrogen Gene Test provides individualized recommendations from a top Nutrigenomic authority on improving your estrogen health. By improving your estrogen health, you can lower your breast cancer risk at any time regardless of whether you have already been exposed to estrogen-based medications or are a breast cancer survivor.|