Cancer Markers

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    This test package includes several tests to look for typical signs of potential cancer cells.

    Breast cancer markers are evident on some genes that can be identified by an at-home saliva test. Those who have any of the identified genes are at higher risk of developing breast cancer, and can take preventative and early detection actions.

    The test for colon or colorectal cancer markers is appropriate for those 45 years of age and older. From a stool sample, we measure the presence of blood in the stool with the Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT). There’s no preparation needed before you take the test.

    Liver cancer markers can come from cancer cells in the liver, or from normal cells that are responding to cancerous cells. High levels of some markers can be a sign of liver cancer, and are used in a medical diagnosis in combination with other tests. Levels can also show the effectiveness of treatment or if cancer has returned after treatment.

    The ovarian cancer marker test kit can reveal biomarkers for ovarian cancer in a blood sample.

    Our pancreatic cancer marker test looks for a protein in the blood that’s produced by tumor cells and can be indicative of pancreatic cancer.

    Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. This common test screens for PSA (Prostate-specific Antigen) in the blood.

  • Breast Cancer Marker

  • Colon Cancer Marker

  • Liver Cancer Marker

  • Ovarian Cancer Marker

  • Pancreatic Cancer Marker

  • Prostate Cancer Marker