The U.S FDA granted this test the BREAKTHROUGH DEVICE designation
because of it’s ability to fulfill an unmet medical need and potentially save lives

Covered by Insurance
and Medicare

This test is covered by most private insurance plans and Medicare. Depending on an individual’s specific plan, an out-of-pocket patient fee may be required

Only Requires a
Standard Blood Draw

The test only requires a standard 10ml blood draw that can be stored and transported at room temperature

High Sensitivity
for Early Stage Detection

The test is specifically designed to catch early stage pancreatic cancer. including cancers in Stage 1 and 2

The BT-Reveal Early Pancreatic Cancer Test offers a new way for people with an elevated risk to check for the earliest signs of pancreatic cancer. The test can only be prescribed by a doctor and is intended for use as a molecular test that complements other techniques for detecting pancreatic cancer including MRI, EUS, and CT scans.

Find out about Ordering the Test

The BT-Reveal Early Pancreatic Cancer Test utilizes patented DNA methylation technology that can detect faint tumor DNA signatures in the blood, even at extremely low concentrations. This means the test can catch early stages of pancreatic cancer (pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) when symptoms may not yet be present and while the cancer is still able to be successfully treated through surgery or other techniques)

Find out about Signing Up as a Provider

The BT-Reveal Early Pancreatic Cancer Test is available exclusively through BREAKTHROUGH GENOMICS. The company providers advanced genetic tests and blood-based tests for the the early detection of cancer. BREAKTHROUGH GENOMICS’ laboratory in Irvine, California is certified in the U.S. through CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvements Act) and by CAP (College of American Pathologists) to perform high complexity clinical test. The test is currently being offered as Laboratory Developed Test (LDT) and as such surpasses the lab’s requirements to provide the test to at risk individuals.
Please note: a positive result does not guarantee an individual has cancer. For all positive results, additional testing is recommended including through MRI, endoscopic ultrasound (EUS), CT Scans, and ERCPs. A negative result does not rule out the presence of cancer.