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Welcome To CatchCancer-Early, LLC

Saving Lives One Swab At A Time

 

No Out Of Pocket Cost


Toll Free: 1- 844-GOT-SWAB (844-468-7922)

Welcome To CatchCancer-Early, LLC

Saving Lives One Swab At A Time

 

No Out Of Pocket Cost


Details You Need To Know

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CGx & PGx Oral Swab Testing Procedure

  • This is a simple salivary diagnostics test that is administered by swabbing both sides of your cheeks, for 15 seconds each. No eating, drinking or smoking is Required 30 minutes prior to testing. 
  • A few questions will be asked of you pertaining to past and present family history of cancer.
  • Results will be sent off to the lab for testing. A Medical Assistant and Physician will do a confidential followup in approximately 45 days after initial testing.


PGx (Pharmacogentics) Testing 


  • This is also a simple salivary diagnostics test that is administered by swabbing both sides of your cheeks, for 15 seconds each. No eating, drinking or smoking is Required 30 minutes prior to testing.
  • Your personal information will be recorded immediately after the test is administered, insuring accuracy of how your genetic makeup affects your body's response to medications.
  • A few questions will be asked of you pertaining to medication use, and any past unfavorable reactions and/ or side effects.
  • Results will be sent off to the lab for testing. A Medical Assistant and Physician will do a confidential followup in approximately 45 days after initial testing.


Why Should I Get Tested?

CGx (Cancer Genetic) Test


Facts and Statistics on Cancer:

  • THIS TEST DOES NOT TELL YOU IF YOU HAVE CANCER, ONLY WHAT YOU COULD BE PREDISPOSED TO!
  • As of 2018, an estimated 1,735,350 new cases of some form of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States, and out those cases an estimated 609,640 people will die from the disease. 
  • The most common cancers (listed in descending order according to estimated new cases in 2018) are: breast cancer, lung/bronchus cancers, prostate cancer, colon/rectum cancers, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, kidney/renal pelvis cancers, endometrial cancer, leukemia, pancreatic cancer, thyroid cancer and liver cancer. 


How This Test Will Benefit Me:

  • Consulting with physician and start cancer screening tests earlier.
  • Getting screened more frequently for the positive genetic markers that resulted from testing. 
  • Watching for signs or symptoms that could coincide with cancer that you and your family are predisposed to.
  • Making lifestyle changes that could be beneficial.
  • Taking surgical or medicinal measures, if recommended by your healthcare provider.


PGx (Pharmogentics) Test


Facts on Pharmacogentics:

  • Pharmacogentics is a study of how your genes impact your body's response to various medications.  Therefore, some genes are responsible for how your body processes medications. 
  • This test will be looking for changes or variants in these genes that may determine whether a medication could be effective treatment for you; or result in undesirable side effects and lack of benefits to your health and well being. 


How This Test Will Benefit Me: 

  • Allowing you the genetic knowledge of which drugs will maximize their efficiency and avoid the ones that will  create harm and adverse reactions.
  • Assisting your healthcare provider with proper prescribing and eliminating medications resulting in ineffectiveness, side effects and possible overdosing.  

Frequently Asked Questions

What Types of Cancer Strains Does the CGx Test For?

The CGx Tests for all types of Cancer. It is a 34 gene panel oral swab test that was approved by the FDA more recently in November 2017.


How Exactly Does the PGx Test Tell Me What Medications are Good for Me?

The PGx testing studies Cytochrome P450 (liver genes) that are responsible for the majority of drug metabolism in the body. Variations in these genes can determine the effectiveness of a medication in the body from therapeutic effect to the side effects experienced in the metabolism. 


Who is Covered Under Insurance with, No Out of Pocket Cost?       

Medicare Part B Recipients, Private plans that are PPO or POS applied coverage, Straight Medicaid (In accepted states)  No HMO plans will be currently covered.





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Innovative CGx & PGx (Herediatary Cancer and Pharmacogentics). Screen with a 30 Second Swab.

Innovative CGx & PGx Testing

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  *We enter all your information to the lab for accuracy.                                                      

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Cancer screening test assist doctors with treating several types of cancer. Early detection is so vitally important to proper treatment and saving lives. 

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Approximately 38.4% of men & women in the United States will be diagnosed with some from of cancer themselves and over 65% of both men and women in the United States have a close family member that has or had cancer. Please Get Tested! So your future generations have a chance to CatchCancer-Early.

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