Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in the UK
Since the 1990s, UK prostate cancer rates have increased by 48% in males and are projected to rise to 60% by 2035.
Most men with early prostate cancer don’t have signs or symptoms which means the disease can progress and spread to a stage when curative treatment is not possible.
Breast and Ovarian Cancer is the Most Common Cancer in Women
The Womanfocus genetic cancer test accurately calculates the risk of a person developing breast and ovarian cancer during their lifetime, using a single saliva sample.