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Everything Genetic

Everything Genetic is a UK distributor of genetic cancer testing. Everything Genetic offers clinical-grade genetic cancer testing as well as a “wrap-around clinical support” service to ensure that all customers taking a genetic test are informed about its purpose, what the results mean, and are provided with a clear pathway for onward treatment if necessary.

Medical advisory board supports the testing services and its clinical support provision at Everything Genetic:
Dr James Mackay
Professor Gareth Evans
Professor Ranjit Manchanda


Only selected tests are available to order by individuals (tests are available primarily to healthcare providers). Pricing is available upon enquiry via email or phone.


Breast, colorectal, and prostate cancers
Multi-cancer panel

Last Updated:17/09/2023
Reseacher: Sophie Hou
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Cancer Testing
Tumour marker tests are chemicals made by tumour cells that can be detected in your blood.

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