Cardiovascular disease generally refers to the conditions that involve narrowed or blocked blood vessels that can lead to a heart attack, chest pain (angina) or stroke. Cardiac death is dangerous and considered a silent killer. It has no sign or symptom. It can occur in most healthy beings and only show symptoms similar to muscle pain. It can be fatal yet preventable. When you understand the chance of having a cardiac disease, you can have better disease management.
Our test covers more than 40 of the most common cardiac and sudden death related diseases.
Cancer can be terrifying but preventable. Our risk assessment test covers most common hereditary cancer and related diseases.
There are various causes which will increase the risk of cancer, for example age, lifestyle, diet or environmental pollution. Besides, if a person is born with certain pathogenic mutations, he or she may also have an elevated risk of getting hereditary cancer.
Our cancer test can assess your risk of developing cancer by inherited germline mutations in the early stage of life, which is different from acquired oncogenic mutations. It can also predict whether you will pass the cancer risk increasing genes to your children. Hence you can manage your risk by follow up action, family planning and proposer counselling.
Compared to the traditional physical and biochemical methods, blood-based ctDNA detection offers a non-invasive and easily accessible way for cancer diagnosis and guidance for treatment, through the tracking down of tumor-related genetic alterations. Detection of circulating tumor DNAs (ctDNAs) in cancer patients is an important component of cancer precision medicine ctDNAs.
And our ctDNA screening can monitor and prevent the development of the tumor.
and covers 30 cancer related diseases.
Our body’s functions are programmed by our DNA codes. However, when these codes have “bugs”, our body may not function properly. These bugs in our DNA are called genetic mutations. There are various causes which may lead to genetic mutations, such as lifestyle, diet, environmental pollution, age and even by inheritance. Our DNA itself may also mutate during normal replication. Many mutations may not affect the normal functioning of our body. However, if the mutations lead to diseases, these mutations are called pathogenic mutations.