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What Is Basal Cell Skin Cancer?
What Causes BCC?
What Are the Symptoms of BCC?
How Is BCC Diagnosed?
How Is BCC Treated?
What Is Melanoma?
What Causes Melanoma?
The cause is too much ultraviolet radiation from the sun, which hurts the skin. Higher risk is related to severe sunburns, light-coloured skin, blue eyes, blond hair, getting freckles, using tan¬ning salons, and having many abnormal moles or family mem¬bers with melanoma. People with dark skin can also get melanoma.
What Are the Symptoms of Melanoma?
How Is Melanoma Diagnosed?
How Is Melanoma Treated?
What Is Squamous Cell Carcinoma?
What Causes Squamous Cell Carcinoma?
What Are the Symptoms of Squamous Cell Carcinoma?
How Is Squamous Cell Carcinoma Diagnosed?
How Is Squamous Cell Carcinoma Treated?
This genomic malignancy risk assessment evaluates your DNA for the following hereditary genetic mutations that may increase your risk of developing skin malignancy:
If you your genomic testing showed that you require referral to a specialist consultant, we will provide you, at no cost to you, with a referral letter to a specialist consultant from our wide network of independent doctors all around the United Kingdom. Our referral letter will give the specialist consultant all the needed details to take care of your clinical case, according to the results of the genomic tests you have had at Genomic Medicine UK.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE GENOMIC RISK ASSESSMENT FOR HEREDITARY MALIGNANCIES (CANCERS)
SKIN MALIGNANCIES GENOMIC RISK ASSESSMENT
If you prefer to visit Genomic Medicine UK instead of having your genomic test by post, as explained above, you are most welcome to book a suitable appointment for you to visit our premises in central London where our fully trained and friendly staff will be more than happy to take your DNA sample in one of our outpatients’ clinics in Harley Street.
Innovative genomic DNA testing to investigate if you are at a higher risk of developing skin malignancy due to certain hereditary mutations in your genes.