When a BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation is detected early, the information can be life saving. While everyone is born with BRCA genes, Ashkenazi or Eastern European Jews are up to ten times more likely than the general population to carry a BRCA mutation. Men and women with a BRCA mutation have a high risk of developing hereditary cancers such as breast, ovarian, prostate, and pancreatic. Because it's hereditary, both women and men can inherit gene mutations and pass these along to their children. Prevention and early detection may save lives. Genetic testing provides knowledge that may reduce cancer risks and improve outcomes for those who carry a BRCA mutation. You will be guided the entire way through this study, first online, then through either a licensed genetic counselor or your family primary care physician. There is no cost to participate. Pre-test education is provided via our online platform and at the end, you can take your order to Quest to have your blood drawn. Learn more and see if you're a candidate for this study at BFORStudy.com.