iPrevent™ is a breast cancer risk assessment and risk management decision support tool designed to facilitate prevention and screening discussions between women and their doctors




 It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete iPrevent. You will be able to download a personalised report that you can discuss with your doctor. 

iPrevent should not be used if you have had invasive breast cancer or DCIS.

iPrevent will ask about:

  • Your own medical history, including your height and weight and the result of any breast biopsy you have had
  • Details about your family history of cancer (including your parents, grandparents, children, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, nieces and nephews). This includes the approximate ages at diagnosis and year of birth for each of those relatives who have had breast, ovarian, pancreatic or prostate cancer

You can use iPrevent™ if you don’t know these details, but the more information you have the more accurate the risk assessment.

The information you enter into iPrevent™ is used to create your personalised report. No personal information is saved once you close out of the session.

Do not use your browser’s forward or back buttons while using iPrevent. Supported browsers for iPrevent are Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

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iPrevent disclaimer

Whilst appreciable care has been taken in the preparation of this website, Peter Mac does not warrant the accuracy of the contents beyond the source documents.

Any representation, implied or express, concerning the efficacy, appropriateness or suitability of any treatment, is expressly negatived.

In view of the possibility of human error or advances in medical knowledge, Peter Mac cannot, and does not, warrant that the information contained on the website is in every respect accurate or complete.

Peter Mac will not be held responsible or liable for any errors or omissions that may be found in any of the information on this site, and you are encouraged to consult other sources to confirm the information on breast cancer, and in the event that medical treatment is required, to take professional expert advice from a legally qualified and appropriately experienced medical practitioner.