NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Myriad Genetics this week launched an advertising campaign in certain regions of the US aimed at educating women about the genetic risks of developing breast and ovarian cancers and selling its BRACAnalysis tests.
 
Myriad Genetics said it hopes its so-called BRACAnalysis Awareness Campaign, which will include television spots, will make more women aware of the genetic links to cancer, and get them to consult a physician or seek genetic counseling to find out if they should order the test.

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