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Introducing IvyGene: “Patient-Friendly” Advancement in Early Cancer Detection

“…the term ‘cancer’ is not a singular enemy; its a single term to represent hundreds of different cancer types– all unique to their location in the body and their origin, and that makes screening/treating them a very specialized and a highly customized procedure.”  Howard Prince, research specialist & patient advocate…

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The New IvyGene Test for Breast Cancer – Breast Cancer Conqueror

By now you may know that there are MANY options for detecting Breast Cancer outside of traditional mammography, which may come with some dangerous side effects. One option that I have written about in the past is the Oncoblot test, created by Dr. Dorothy Morré and the late Dr. James…

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Market Intel: Liquid Biopsies For Cancer Screening – Far From Reach Or Close At Hand?

While liquid biopsy is becoming routine for cancer treatment stratification and monitoring, using blood tests to screen for early cancer in asymptomatic people remains a tantalizing target. Some question how practical such a test could be but several companies are already en route – some further down the road than…

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Mission to offer cancer screenings for firefighters

Mission will soon begin testing their firefighters for cancer. The Mission City Council authorized the purchase of IvyGene tests, a blood test that can detect the presence of certain diseases, including colon, liver and lung cancer. “We’re doing this for the firefighters obviously because of their working environment and what…

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