The Breast and Ovarian Analysis of Disease Incidence and Carrier Estimation Algorithm (BOADICEA) is a computer program that is used to calculate the risks of breast and ovarian cancer in women based on their family history. It is also used to calculate the probability that they are carriers of cancer-associated mutations in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene. The latest version of BOADICEA (BWA v3) is described by Lee et al. (2013). You can run BOADICEA risk calculations using the BOADICEA Web Application. To access this program, all you need is a BOADICEA is a user account, which you can setup online in a minutes here.
This tool is provided for research use only. The BOADICEA software is at an early stage of development and is provided “as is” (ie. it is not error-free). BOADICEA is designed for research use only and is not designed for providing information on which to base clinical decisions. BOADICEA has not been approved for use by any regulatory authority.