Genetic Testing

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Hereditary Cancer Test in Cheyenne

Know Your Risk, Plan Ahead

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At Healthy Lifestyle Medicine, we take pride in providing our patients with the latest resources in cancer screening and preventative testing. We want to empower our patients in knowing their risk.

We utilize the MyRisk Hereditary Cancer Test to provide easy and accurate cancer risk screenings for 11 different types of cancer.. First we have you fill out a questionnaire to determine if you qualify to testing and then we schedule you to visit our office for your lab work.

With a hereditary cancer test in Cheyenne, we can blend both knowledge of your family history and genetic testing to help you understand your risk of developing cancer. With this information, we’re better able to prevent an out-of-the-blue cancer diagnosis and help guide to health care to decrease the risk of developing cancer in the first place.

Hereditary Cancer Test in Cheyenne


What it Does

Predict your risk of a particular cancer
Determine if you have genes that increase cancer risk for your children
Provide information to guide current and future healthcare

Procedure Time

15 to 30 minutes

Genetic Testing Process

What to Expect?


Determine Your Eligibility

Before visiting our Cheyenne office for a hereditary cancer test, we will send you a link to fill out an online questionnaire about your family history of cancer. This helps us determine your eligibility for genetic testing.


Scheduling the Lab Work

If we determine that you would benefit from genetic testing, we'll schedule your appointment to come in for your lab work at Healthy Lifestyle Medicine. Our compassionate staff will work quickly and efficiently to take your sample.


Next Steps

The results from your hereditary cancer test will be available in approximately 2 weeks. We’ll answer any questions about your report, develop a personalized treatment plan based on your results, and assist you in scheduling any follow-up appointments you need at our Cheyenne office.

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