Early detection saves lives.
If caught early, breast cancer is 99% survivable. And yet, 1 in 3 women are diagnosed at a late stage when the disease is most life threatening and costly.
Breast cancer is pervasive
In the United States, 1 in 8 women will develop an invasive form of breast cancer.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancer types, and it’s the second most deadly cancer worldwide. But scientists understand how to estimate breast cancer risk, based on family history, lifestyle factors, and more. There’s no reason why we need to wait to feel a lump: we can be proactive about understanding and managing our risk of breast cancer.
We’re here to help women understand their risk of breast cancer and take action.
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How they are used, the most common risk assessments, and how Gabbi is different.
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What’s your risk?
Understanding your risk is the first step toward staying on top of your breast health.
Most women fall into this category: their lifestyle, family history, and medical history aren’t increasing their risk of breast cancer.
Women in this risk category have an increased risk largely due to a direct family history of cancer, or a personal history of either high risk breast lesions or a prior history of breast cancer.
Only 1.6% of women fall into this category. High risk is most often associated with hereditary/genetic cancer mutations, such as BRCA, CHEK2, Lynch, etc.
You have the power to prevent and detect breast cancer
of women don’t know their risk of breast cancer; there’s not enough public education about the role that family history, genetic mutations, and lifestyle factors play in determining your risk.
This proactive attention is critically important, because 80% of breast cancers are initially discovered by young patients. Regular self breast exams are one of the best ways to ensure that you detect cancer as soon as possible.
Thankfully, Gabbi is here to help.
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We’ve developed the world’s 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.
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.
With Gabbi, Mira could have been diagnosed at Stage 1.
She was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer, which has a low survival rate.
Gabbi helps detect breast cancer at life-saving stage, not life-ending stage.
The Gabbi Risk Assessment model is a breast cancer risk assessment algorithm that relies on claims data and user provided information.
Gabbi expanded datasets/input
Gabbi’s model was created from the largest and most diverse dataset
Gabbi proprietary architecture & learning
Gabbi’s novel application for interpreting learned relationships
Debiased, most accurate, & generalizable
We built the most accurate breast cancer risk model in the world.
We call it the GRAM: The Gabbi Risk Assessment Model
- Only available to doctors; not available for women taking control of their own breast health
- Don’t take factors like age, demographics, and other markers into account
- Most accurate for white women older than 35
- Average AUC* of 0.6
- Available to all women to promote widespread risk awareness
- Accounts for a wide range of health, family, and lifestyle factors
- Accurate for women of all races and ages
- Average AUC* of 0.82
The Gabbi Risk Assessment Model is the first ever, consumer facing, most accurate and inclusive model that can predict a future risk of breast cancer for women of all ages and ethnicities.