top of page
Individuals Cancer.png

A powerful tool for cancer

A cancer diagnosis is stressful and overwhelming.
We are here to help.

Knowing your genes can help guide you and your doctor to the most effective treatments, bringing you closer to beating cancer and staying healthy in the long run.


Genetic testing and cancer


Predictive genetic testing is the type of testing used to look for inherited genetic mutations that may put a person at increased risk for certain types of cancer. This type of testing may be advisable:


  • For a person with a strong family history of certain types of cancer, to see if they carry a genetic mutation that increases their risk. If you have an inherited mutation, you may want to be tested for cancer early, or even take steps to reduce your risk. One example is testing for changes in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes (which are known to increase the risk of breast cancer and some other cancers) in a woman whose mother and sister had breast cancer.

  • For a person who has already been diagnosed with cancer, especially if there are other factors that suggest the cancer may have been caused by an inherited mutation (such as a strong family history or if the cancer was diagnosed at a young age). Testing can show if the person is at increased risk for other types of cancer. It can also help other family members decide if they want to be tested for the mutation.

  • For family members of a person who is known to have an inherited gene mutation that increases cancer risk. Testing can help them know if they need testing to look for cancer early, or if they should take steps to try to reduce their risk.

Ready to take the next step but don't know where to start?

Well... you don't even need to leave your home to take a genetic test!

Accessing your genetic information begins and continues within the comfort and safety of your home.

Where do I start?

Step 1

Takin a Test.png

Request an online test

  • Request your genetic test online and we will put you in touch with a telehealth clinician who can order the right test for you.

  • If you prefer, your physician can order the test. This way, you can start the conversation with your trusted physician.

Step 2

Saliva Sample icon.png

Provide a saliva sample

  • You will receive a saliva collection kit by mail.

  • Simply provide a saliva sample and mail it to Diploide's U.S. laboratory.

  • We also offer cheek swab kits for children and others in need.

Step 3

Results next steps icon.png

Review the results with your physician

  • If you have started your order online, you will receive a text message and email when your results are ready.

  • Log in to the myDiploid portal to view your results, including recommended next steps.

  • You can discuss your results with a genetic counselor and share them directly with your healthcare team to incorporate into your treatment plan.

  • If your doctor ordered the test, you will receive your results and can work together to incorporate them into your healthcare plan.

What is included?

Genetic Testing.png

A comprehensive genetic test

​Diploid offers maximum depth genetic testing that includes all genes involved in a specific condition and set of symptoms.

Clear steps.png

Report with next steps guide

Diploid results come with a roadmap, so you can consult with your doctor and take actions to benefit your health based on your genetic information.

Genetic Counseling.png

Direct access to consultants


Our genetic experts are available by phone to answer your questions. Once you have your results, you can also schedule a full genetic counseling session.

Finding the right test for you

Diploid offers a series of tests focused on specific types of cancer. Each is accompanied by clear steps so that you and your doctor can make personalized decisions based on your genes.


Diploid offers testing for different types of cancer, including:

  • Breast

  • Ovarian

  • Skin

  • Prostate

  • Pancreatic

  • Gastric

  • Renal cell

  • Thyroid

  • Pediatric

How much does genetic testing cost?

You have a lot on your mind, and the last thing you need to worry about is another medical expense.But think of it this way to give balance to what it means to invest effectively in healthcare.

1. You typically spend an average of 2000 to 8000 dollars a year (sometimes more) on exploring alternatives to solve your symptoms in the hope of feeling well and maintaining a better quality of life in the long term, right? However, you realize that all that emotional and financial effort end up in a passing wellness between trial and error, and still you don't feel any health condition improvement right?

2. On the contrary, your DNA profile does not change throughout your life and you simply invest on a one-time and lifetime solution for genetic testing, which opens the door to the possibility to achieve wellness and maintain a proactive quality of life in the long term.

3. In conclusion you'll finally take control of your health with evidence-based scientific information and precision recommendations based on your genetics. You will experience feeling better about your actual health problems and discover potential health issues that you are not aware of yet to be proactive about them.

4. On the other hand, it is possible that your health insurance may cover the costs of your genetic test and we invite you to contact your health care provider to explore if any of our genetic tests are covered.

Box Background.png
Black 3D Box Mar 2022 No Background.png
Box Background.png
Privacy pic.png

Your privacy is very important to Diploide

We take privacy very seriously; one of our fundamental principles is that patients own and control their genetic data.


You can explore our privacy policy at any time to set your preferences and control the use of your data.

Want to learn about research opportunities related to your results? We'll tell you about it, don't you prefer? You can also

bottom of page