DNA Cancer and Inherited Disease Assessment
These tests cover most kinds of cancers, including the top killers in Hong Kong and China.
A way to more effectively and efficiently understand your own health and that of your partner and your families, including any critical illness risks.
Allows for self-planning and family planning at an early stage.
Prevention is better than cure.
- ctDNA Early Cancer Screening
- Male: 38 types
- Female: 42 types
- Early Stage Nasopharyngeal Cancer Screening
- Report Consultation by certified genetic counsellor
- Detected items: 44 types of cancer
- Monitoring for cancer recurrence: Can assess the risk of cancer recurrence up to 6 months
- Testing limitation(s): No current limit
- Targeting: EBV DNA
- Sensitivity: 97.1%
- Early Nasopharyngeal cancer detection rate: 75%
Cancer Predisposition is an increased likelihood of developing a certain cancer type due to a person’s genetic makeup. Early screening allows for identification of a person’s cancer risk profile so that they can make relevant lifestyle changes or prepare care management in response to this risk.
Carrier Testing is used to identify individuals who carry one copy of a specific gene mutation that, when present in two copies, can cause a genetic disorder. The test is useful in assessing a couple’s risk of having a child with a genetic condition.
Who should be considered for testing?
Who wish to uncover genetic makeup
Individuals or couples who wish to uncover their genetic makeup for certain inherited conditions and cancer predisposition.
Who has family history of inherited diseases
Individuals or couples who have a family history of inherited diseases, or multiple family members who have been diagnosed with certain cancers.
Who is doing family planning
Carrier testing for couples in family planning and for infertile couples.
Cancer victims in order to assess any additional cancer risks.