Did you know?
According to the CDC, breast cancer is the second most common cause of death in women. In 2010, an estimated 207,090 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to occur in women. Men need to be vigilant, too, as 1,970 new cases will occur in men.
With the Estronex Profile, you can determine if you have signs of long-term risk of estrogen-sensitive cancers, whether breast, uterine, cervical, or prostate.
Assess your risk
The Estronex Profile measures important estrogen metabolites with one simple urine collection. How your body metabolizes and eliminates certain estrogens plays an important role in determining risk levels.
Learn more about estrogens and the risk ratio.
Change your ratio
Studies have shown that the 2:16 (good to bad estrogen) ratio, which helps determine risk, is modifiable!
Learn what you can do to lower your long-term risk of breast cancer.