"Genomic" and "genetic" sound alike, but the two kinds of tests are different. Learn how genomic tests might be helpful if you have cancer.
From start to finish, here's what you need to know about getting a genomic test.
There's a lot of confusion about the purpose of genomic tests. Find out how to separate fact from fiction.
Genomic testing is a relatively new process that allows a tumor to be tested to look for mutations that are driving the cancer’s growth.
The standard treatment for cancer used to be chemotherapy. With the creation of genomic testing, doctors can target the disease more.
Genomic testing isn't for everyone. Learn why doctors may say it's right for you.
Genomic testing can help determine what treatment is best for your specific cancer, but it’s more helpful in some cases than in others.
Need advice about whether genomic testing is a good option for you? Look over this list before your next doctor's appointment.
Genomic testing is changing how treatment is prescribed and given. There are several ways it can be done, with different timelines.
Sometimes treatments work differently on people with the same exact cancer. That’s where precision medicine comes in.
See how genomic testing can make a difference in how you treat your cancer.
Targeted drugs can be tailored based on your specific cancer, allowing for much more precise treatment.