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ACTIVE CONTROL, HEALTHY LIVING THROUGH YOUR GENES

Cancer is a significant public health concern in Vietnam. Aiming towards active prevention and effective cancer risk reduction, our genetic disease screening product group was created to help diagnose the risk of cancer-related genetic factors with a single on-site collection of blood, as well as caring for and assisting clients.

FREQUENCY OF VIETNAMESE CARRYING GENETIC CANCER-CAUSING GENES

Did you know:

  • 1 in 31 people carries a hereditary cancer-causing gene.
  • Up to 4.2% of individuals with a personal or family history of cancer have genetic cancer mutations.
  • In the absence of a personal or familial history of cancer, the rate of carrying cancer-causing mutations is up to 2.6%.

Eleven genes that have been identified with mutations causing disease—namely BRCA1, BRCA2, APC, CDH1, MLH1, MSH6, MUTYH, PALB2, PMS2, RET, TP53—are proved to be related to hereditary cancer syndromes including cancer of the breast, ovaries, endometrium, stomach, colorectal, pancreas, kidney, adrenal myeloma, multiple endocrine neoplasias, prostate, lung, thyroid, cell tumors, paraganglioma, and skin.

(*) Source: Data according to the Institute of Medical Genetics – Gene Solutions research.

TEST PACKAGES

Test packages genesolutions-gencare-w-icongenesolutions-oncosure-plus-w-icongenesolutions-oncosure-w-icongenesolutions-pink-care-w-icongenesolutions-men-care-w-icongenesolutions-genldl-w-icon
Testing scope 54 cancer and hereditary chronic diseases 30 popular hereditary cancer 15 popular hereditary cancer Three popular hereditary cancer in women Three popular hereditary cancer in men familial hypercholesterolemia
Analyzing more than 65 genes, early diagnosis for the risk of hereditary chronic diseases and 54 types of cancer.
GenCare Premium – 15,000,000 
  • The most comprehensive preventive measures
  • Reduce the chances of developing a disease
  • Early diagnosis for efficient treatment
  • Create a monitoring and screening plan

Analysis of 17 genes, early detection of 15 genetic cancers.

oncoSure – 17 gen cho 15 bệnh – 6,500,000 

  • Early detection has improved the survival rate to 98.7% (*)
  • Support treatment specific to each genetic abnormality
  • Create a personal monitoring and screening plan

(*) The 5-year survival rate depends on the type of cancer

Analysis of 133 genes, early detection of 30 genetic cancers.

oncoSure – 17 gen cho 15 bệnh – 6,500,000 

  • Early detection has improved the survival rate to 98.7% (*)
  • Support treatment specific to each genetic abnormality
  • Create a personal monitoring and screening plan

(*) The 5-year survival rate depends on the type of cancer

Analysis of 10 genes for early detection of the most common genetic cancers in women: breast, ovarian and colorectal cancer. 

PinkCare – 2,500,000 

  • Early detection has improved the survival rate to 98.7% (*).
  • Support treatment specific to each genetic abnormality.
  • Adjust your diet and lifestyle accordingly.
  • Create a personal monitoring and screening plan.

(*) The 5-year survival rate depends on the type of cancer

Early detection of the hereditary risk of prostate, colorectal, and stomach cancers.

MenCare – 2,500,000 

  • Early detection has improved the survival rate to 98.7% (*).
  • Increased curative rate to higher than 80%.
  • Adjust your diet and lifestyle accordingly.
  • Create a personal monitoring and screening plan.

(*) The 5-year survival rate depends on the type of cancer

Early screening for hypercholesterolemia (or increased blood fat) can prevent coronary and cardiovascular diseases. 

GenLDL – 1,900,000 

  • Modifying lifestyles, reducing strokes and cerebral accidents.
  • Optimizing medications and treatment.
  • Minimize significant health complications.

Additional highlight test offered by GeneSolutions

CUSTOMER STORY

Mrs. Hanh

Office staff

My older sister has ovarian cancer, my aunt died of breast cancer, and my grandfather died of lung cancer. This makes me very worried because I don’t know what kind of cancer I should get checked for. When I was told to get the oncoSure test package, which evaluated for 15 cancers inherited from relatives, it helped me find out that I had the BRCA1 breast cancer gene. I came up with a plan after talking to a geneticist about how to start improving my health and get regular cancer screenings. It has been five years now, and I’m delighted with healthy living without signs of cancer.

Mr. Hao

Business manager

A friend recommended the oncoSure Plus genetic cancer testing package to me to learn about the risk of screening for all 30 hereditary cancers. Even though I don’t have any cancer genes in my family, the doctor still told me to pay more attention to my lifestyle and environment because genes are only one of three factors causing cancer.

Ms. Nha

Freelancer

As an active young person, I always want to protect my health to enjoy life to the fullest. GenCare Premium is my choice for comprehensive cancer & hereditary chronic disease screening. What I liked best about this product is that it only needs to be done once in a lifetime and allows me to know the risk of genetic diseases before they appear, allowing me to plan the most cost-effective screening strategy.

Mrs. Sen

Housewife

I was diagnosed with breast cancer 5 years ago and was frightened, partially because cancer is a terrible disease and partly because I was afraid I would pass it on to my children. The treatment doctor recommended the PinkCare package to test my child, and she did not have a cancer gene, which made me feel more comfortable with the treatment.

Mr. Lam

Businessman

My uncles were all diagnosed with prostate cancer in their early thirties. The doctor advised me to get a genetic cancer test, and the results were not surprising. I was also a carrier of the cancer gene. Fortunately, my son does not have it. The geneticist encouraged me to conduct further screening; thanks to the doctor, I know that detecting cancer at an early stage makes treatment much easier. To be honest, I consider myself fortunate to have recognized my risk early rather than waiting until it was too late.

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