- Those considering cancer treatment
- Early cancer detection
- General medicine practice
- To oncogene diagnosis/medical research facilities personnel
Our gene-level diagnostic techniques allow us to catch cancer in the earliest stages, faster than is possible with cytoscopy.
Cancer cells develop due to genetic mutations.
We no longer need to wait for cancer cells to multiply and grow in order to detect the disease. We can now detect cancer based on the accumulation of genetic mutations at the earliest stages, and begin delivering treatment earlier as a result.
Our clinic’s genetic cancer diagnostic works by looking into the accumulation of genetic mutations.
By drawing a mere 28ml blood sample, we can investigate the chances that your genes harbor cancer.
If so, we’ll be able to do further tests to locate the cancer within your body.
Not only that, but we can offer an estimate of a patient’s risk of developing different cancers for a period of 3-5 years following the test.
For our Cancer Screening, we conduct methylation analysis on the length and concentration of the DNA strands which make up your genes, allowing us to evaluate your cancer risk at an earlier stage than is generally possible.
A screening which turns up anomalous results across two or more our database’s diagnostic criteria, can be thought of as signifying cancer with more than 95% certainty.
In concert with the Cancer Screening described above, our Genetic Cancer Diagnostics investigates a full spread of 127 different types of genetic mutations, including sudden genetic mutations of genes associated with cancer and others.
Because of this, we’re able to investigate what kind of cancer has what chance of developing, and which part of the body it’s likely to develop in, and whether or not a patient is at high risk of having already developed cancer.
Furthermore, we use this diagnostic to gather personalized data regarding Anti-Cancer Genetic Therapy for each individual patient.
Cancer Gene Diagnosis Test & Therapy Part 1