One out of five people are at an increased risk to develop cancer by family history. That’s more than 60 million people in the U.S. And more than 90% of them don’t know it.
With INHERET you'll learn your genetic risk and be empowered to take action
Built by some of the world's leading experts in oncology, genetics, and pathology, INHERET empowers individuals to identify, understand, and manage their risks of hereditary conditions like colon, breast, ovarian, pancreatic, prostate, and other cancers.
From our family to yours.
"We started INHERET because it's something that was needed. Here in the United States, 60 million people have a family history that puts them at risk of hereditary cancer—that's about 1 in 5 people. But too often, these cancers aren't found early enough because patients don't get tested. There are so many tragic stories of people in their 20s and 30s who sadly have bad outcomes from a cancer diagnosis that could have been treated early.
So we set out to develop a mechanism to collect detailed family health histories, that wouldn't take time from busy providers, and would also link to current best-practice guidelines so that providers could take appropriate next steps. Together, our team worked on a prototype for an online tool that patients could self-complete to map out their family histories, and many years later, here we are."
- David Keren, MD
Drawing on almost 20 years as a Cancer Center Administrator, as well as VP of Business Development for genetics programs, Kelly leads the company vision as CEO. She has worked with over 100 organizations to design and implement program growth initiatives around screening, genetics, and outreach to high-risk clinics. Kelly's deep understanding of clinical operations, diagnostic testing, and patient engagement is invaluable as INHERET continues to accelerate partnerships across the healthcare ecosystem.
Amanda has worked on the development of INHERET since its inception. A business and marketing professional by trade, Amanda oversees all aspects of product development, human resources, and operations. She guides the product development plans, messaging, and content that drives market leadership. A "Theatre Mom" and animal lover, Amanda serves on the board and membership committees of several non-profit organizations including the Michigan Cancer Consortium, Town Hall Players, and Rosie's Pet Rescue.
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