Tests for Cancer Treatment Options

  • Urine Toxic Metals Test - Tests for levels of heavy metal toxicity in the body for the 20 most common heavy metals. This test gives quantitative results of how severe the toxicity for each of the 20 metals are.
  • Cancer Profile - The Cancer Profile™© is based on the premise that detectable biochemical changes occur in the human body during its transformation into a cancerous state. It is composed of 7 tests: HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) chemiluminescence assay serum and HCG urine quantitative tests (American Metabolic Laboratories is the one and only clinical laboratory performing quantitative analysis for urine in the entire world). The PHI (phosphohexose isomerase enzyme); CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen); GGTP (gamma-glutamyltranspeptidase); TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone); and DHEA-S (dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate).
  • Oncoblot -This is a serum test that detect ENOX2 proteins shed into the bloodstream. The ENOX2 protein is found only when malignant or cancer cells are present. The ONCOblot database currently includes the 26 most common forms of cancer.
  • R.G.C.C. Test - Identifies which chemotherapeutic agents and/or natural agents or supplements would best be suited to target and attack your specific cancer cells for a personalized approach.
  • Adrenal Stress Index - Administered to patients with chronic stress or symptoms of fatigue or anxiety and allows a better understanding of the function of the adrenal gland. Stress can be physical, emotional, psychological, environmental, infectious or a combination of these.
  • Female and Male Hormone Level Testing - Examines levels of all hormones pertaining to your gender to ensure a healthy balance and is used to obtain levels prior to and during bio-identical hormone replacement therapies.
  • Food Sensitivity Test - This lab tests which foods you may have sensitivities or allergies to that you are likely unaware of. These foods when consumed can cause inflammation and gut dysfunction including leaky gut which can lead to some autoimmune disorders. Chronic inflammation is a leading cause to a host of chronic disease entities and is a leading factor to cancer.
  • Micronutrient Test - Tests the levels of various essential micronutrients in your body. This is utilized to figure what your body is lacking so we may supplement the shortage and ultimately promote and restore healthy cell function. Chronic nutrient deficiencies can also lead to various chronic diseases including some cancers.
  • MTHFR Gene Defect Testing - This is a common genetic defect that codes an enzyme necessary for an important metabolic process called methylation. This process is responsible for converting folate and folic acid into an active form that the body can use. Those with a mutation may have trouble effectively eliminating toxins from the body.
  • Routine blood work performed weekly includes complete blood count (CBC), complete metabolic profile (CMP), iron, and cancer markers to track your body’s response to the various treatments.
  • Neurotransmitters (Labrix labs) - Neurobasic panel can test for common neurotransmitters including levels of Serotinin, GABA, Dopamine, Epinephrine, Norepinephrine and Glutamate.
  • Tests for leaky gut typically include 4 tests - These are (1) Zonulin: Lactalose test (2) IgG food intolerance test (3) Stool test to check for overall intestinal health (4) Organic acid vitamin and mineral deficiency test.
  • Lyme disease Testing - Lyme disease has become increasingly challenging to diagnose. It is not uncommon for patients with Lyme disease to be misdiagnosed with other ailments. Know as the “Great Imitator”. Lyme disease can masquerade as ALS, MS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Autism, and other illnesses.
  • Additional specialized tests are also available depending on symptoms and or disease process.

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