I don’t have cancer, can I still make an appointment?
Yes, we see people whose family history indicates there may be an increased risk of cancer, whether they have had cancer themselves or not.
It usually provides more accurate information if the youngest affected person in the family, or the person with the rarest cancer, is tested first. Sometimes this just isn't possible.
Genetic testing can also be offered to people who have not had cancer. You can read more about the cost of self funded genetic testing here.
Whether you decide to have genetic testing or not, we will provide advice about reducing cancer risk.