Introducing Prompt PGS

Prompt Prostate Genetic Score (PGS) is for any man who wants to better understand his lifetime risk of developing prostate cancer, and enables men to personalize their own approach to screening. With a simple cheek swab, Prompt analyzes a man’s specific genetic profile which helps him — along with his physician — determine if and when to screen for prostate cancer.

Knowledge Is Power

Prostate cancer is potentially curable when caught early. So why is it still the second leading cause of cancer-related death for men? A new genetic test makes it easy to help decide when and how often the men in your life should be screened.

Prompt Prostate Genetic Score (PGS) is for any man who wants to better understand his lifetime risk of developing prostate cancer, and enables men to personalize their own approach to screening. With a simple cheek swab, Prompt PGS analyzes a man’s specific genetic profile which helps him — along with his physician — determine if and when to screen for prostate cancer.

Prompt PGS Provides Men the Ability to Make Informed Decisions About Their Health

Despite being curable with early detection, prostate cancer remains the second leading cause of cancer deaths in men.1 Due to controversial recommendations about the common screening tool, called PSA, early detection rates and prostate cancer screenings are declining. At the same time, the number of men with incurable disease is on the rise. 2,3

Regular screening has been recommended if you are at high risk — but how do you know your individual risk? Relying on family history alone may not be enough.

Prompt PGS was designed to provide men, along with their families and clinicians, with the knowledge to make informed decisions about their health.

Prompt PGS is currently validated only in Caucasian men, though testing for additional ethnic origins is in development.

1. Siegel RL, Miller KD, Jemal A. Cancer statistics, 2018. CA: a cancer journal for clinicians. 2018;68(1):7-30.
2. Gaylis FD, Choi J, Kader AK. Trends in Metastatic Breast and Prostate Cancer. The New England journal of medicine. 2016;374(6):594-5.
3. Negoita S, Feuer EJ, Mariotto A, Cronin KA, Petkov VI, Hussey SK, et al. Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, part II: Recent changes in prostate cancer trends and disease characteristics. Cancer. 2018;124(13):2801-14.

How to Use Prompt PGS

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Step 1: PURCHASE KIT

Purchase a Prompt PGS Kit now.

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Step 2: ACTIVATE KIT

Once you have a kit in hand, activate it online.

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Step 3: SWAB & SEND

Swab your cheek and mail to our lab using pre-paid packaging.

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Step 1: PURCHASE KIT

Purchase a Prompt PGS Kit now.

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Step 2: ACTIVATE KIT

Once you have a kit in hand, activate it online.

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Step 3: SWAB & SEND

Swab your cheek and mail to our lab using pre-paid packaging.

Collecting A Sample

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Swab Inside of Cheek

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Secure swab in tube

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Shake Tube

Our genetic test encourages men to be actively involved in the development of their personalized prostate cancer screening approach at an early stage. With a simple cheek swab, Prompt PGS compares your specific genetic profile to tens of thousands of others and can help you and your physician determine what is best for you.

Prompt PGS will empower you and your doctor with your genetic score to make an informed decision about screening.

Knowledge is power… Ask your doctor about your Prompt Prostate Genetic Score today.

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