To make all late stage breast cancer obsolete.
The five-year survival rate for an early-stage breast cancer diagnosis is 99%.
By empowering women with prevention and early detection tools, we can ensure that no woman is faced with a life-threatening late-stage diagnosis.
Know your risk. Prevent late-stage breast cancer.
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Taking control of your breast health can save your life!
It only takes a few minutes to gather your basic health info.
Our proprietary algorithm compares your data against the world’s largest and most diverse breast cancer dataset to develop an accurate estimate of your risk.
Take control of your breast health with a personalized action plan.
Did you find a lump? We’ll help you navigate the healthcare system every step of the way, from diagnostics to care plans.
If you can catch breast cancer in its early stage, you’re significantly more likely to survive. We’ll help you stay on top of your breast health.
“Although I was seeing multiple doctors throughout my pregnancy, none of them completed a breast exam or asked if I had one recently. It wasn’t until 8 months later that a doctor took me seriously. I was diagnosed with breast cancer one month before my baby was due.”
“I was given the wrong birth control that increases my risk instead of the one that can decrease my risk by 50%, and not taken seriously. I was told I was ‘too young to worry about it.”
“It wasn’t until a whole year after I first found the lump that they finally did the needle biopsy and found that it was cancerous.”
We've developed the most accurate breast cancer risk assessment to help all women understand their risk.
Demographic factors like age, race and more have a big impact on your breast cancer risk.
Certain lifestyle factors, like how much you eat red meat and how often you exercise, are thought to contribute to breast cancer risk.
Birth control history, other types of cancer, genetic mutations, and more all play a role in determining your breast cancer risk.
Your family's history with cancer is one of the strongest predictors of your breast cancer risk.
Kaitlin Christine, Gabbi’s Founder and CEO, lost her mom to late-stage breast cancer in 2013. Despite regular mammograms, her mom’s cancer went undetected; it took four types of testing to ultimately find it, and by then it was too late. Shortly after her mom passed away, Kaitlin found a lump herself when she was just 24. During preventative surgery to limit her risk, she too was diagnosed with breast cancer. Kaitlin made it her mission to eradicate late-stage breast cancer, and spent a decade specializing in hereditary cancer at leading healthcare companies. She launched Gabbi to save lives with prevention and early detection tools.