Onconomics

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Find out which personalized cancer treatment works best for you.
Onconomics uses genomic profiling assay to find out.

Principal

Research Genetics Cancer Centre, RGCC (Florina, Greece)

Description

Provides information about the efficacy of specific drugs on the cancer cells derived from a single patient; the method incorporates two procedures (epigenetic analysis and viability assays) to validate the data

Indications

Cancer

Specimen

10 – 20 ml blood

Preparation

No preparation needed

Methodology

Flow cytometry

FINDING THE IDEAL PERSONALIZED TREATMENT

Cancer is a very prevalent disease and is the third leading cause of mortality in the Philippines. The search for the best treatment for this dreaded disease can be challenging; after all, genetics is significant whether we are accumulators or rapid metabolizers of certain drugs. These are factors in how effective treatment can be and what are the side effects.

Medical Practitioner showing his patient the progress of his results

HOW ONCONOMICS CAN HELP YOU

  • Helps clinicians come up with a treatment strategy designed specifically for you
  • Lessens trial and error
  • Produces an individual profile of which cancer drugs can be used to achieve the best treatment outcomes for you

WHAT ELSE DO YOU NEED TO KNOW?

  • Specimen: Blood
  • Turnaround Time: Three to four weeks

END-TO-END PROCEDURE

  1. The doctor will prescribe the test.
  2. GMT’s key account manager will get in touch with you to schedule the extraction of the sample. They will also answer additional questions you might have with the procedure.
  3. GMT’s medical technologist will personally go to the agreed location to collect the sample.
  4. The specimen will then be analyzed in the laboratory.
Medical Practitioner performing a test

THE MOST IDEAL THERAPIES FOR YOUR CANCER CAN BE FOUND THROUGH A SIMPLE TEST

Onconomics gives information about the effect of specific anti-cancer drugs and targeted therapies on a single patient. The test uses a combination of a molecular and a cellular approach by incorporating two procedures: epigenetic analysis and viability assays.

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