Detecting Ovarian Cancer Earlier.
You may be eligible for the ROCA Test if you are between 50 and 85 years old and have been through menopause, or between 35 and 85 years old with a family history of ovarian and/or breast cancer, are of Ashkenazi Jewish descent with a known family history of ovarian or breast cancer, or have tested positive for BRCA1, BRCA2 or Lynch syndrome gene mutation.
Find a doctor through our Clinician Finder who will review your medical history, discuss your eligibility, and sign the test request form.
If your doctor thinks the test is appropriate for you, he or she will discuss how to pay for it and sign the test request form.
After the doctor signs the test request form, a sample of your blood will be taken and sent it to the laboratory.
Your results will be sent to your doctor who will share them with you.
Doctors at Winchester GP are featured in the current edition of Winchester Magazine discussing the importance of Health Checks across three areas, including the ROCA Test for ovarian cancer. See Dr Willsher's article on page 57Read more
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