In theory, being able to detect cancer at stage “0” would allow for 100% prevention (& prevention of recurrence). And if you’re a survivor (like us), then you likely know the anxiety that comes with routine check-ups and scans. We are always looking for innovative tests that may detect that a problem is brewing before there is a single symptom and long before it would show up as a lump or mass on a scan (Stage 0).
innovative tests may detect that a problem is brewing long before it would show up as a lump or mass on a scan.
The Advantage of Stage 0
Doctors are now performing innovative tests capable of detecting tumors over a million times smaller than tumors that show up on a CT scan.
Since we know it takes nearly a decade for most tumors to form, these new stage “0” tests are able to detect if the body is out of balance and potentially hospitable to a tumor. At stage “0” there is plenty of time to gently bring the body back into balance, by focusing on the "Big Six" (Diet, Exercise, Supplements, Rest, Rid Toxins, Happiness) and addressing any underlying health concerns, so that a cancer diagnosis can be avoided.
These advanced tests can tell if the body is hospitable to cancer—so natural corrective action can be taken. We’re talking turmeric instead of chemo!
Some people are choosing to include these (less evasive) cancer screening tests with their annual physical instead of utilizing more invasive tools like mammograms and colonoscopies.
Innovative doctors use a wide range of testing tools to detect whether the body could be hospitable to cancer. Here are a few:
1. High Sensitivity CRP (C Reactive Protein)
C-reactive protein is produced in the liver
Blood test marker for non-specific inflammation in the body
The lower the C-reactive protein, the lower the risk for cardiovascular disease & inflammatory health issues
2. Hemoglobin A1C
Cancer loves sugar
The test is a 90-day reflection of blood sugar
3. Cancer Profile
Approximately 87-97% accurate
Combination of several tests including:
HCG urine test
Released by embryos at conception & by cancer cells as a cloak to get past the immune system
Measures the amount of cancer marker HCG in the urine
The result under 50 indicates that cancer in the body is unlikely
Many patients use this test to monitor their progress monthly
Approximately 70% accurate-- may not detect certain cancers
CEA (Carcinoembryonic Antigen) - a broad-spectrum, non-specific tumor marker. Used as a diagnostic adjunct
PHI (Oxygen)- More oxygen = less cancer. PHI is one of the major causes of metastatic spread. Elevation may indicate cancer, virus, heart, liver, or muscle disease
TSH (Thyroid-stimulating hormone)- Hypothyroid may be a precursor to cancer
DHEA-S-anti-stress/pro-immunity hormone. Typically very low in cancer patients
4. RGCC (Circulating Tumor Cells/Natural Substance Sensitivity Tests)
Measures effectiveness of chemo drugs, targeted therapies, and natural substances (turmeric, ginger, etc.) against your specific circulating tumor cells in your blood
More than 300 physicians worldwide have utilized the R.G.C.C. personalized cancer care analysis with their patients and have seen tremendous strides in cancer survival
5. SOT Therapy
Re-engineers circulating tumor cells to disrupt the DNA
Re-injected to attack/ kill circulating tumor cells
Injection works 24/7 for about 4 1/2 months
A single blood test detects 25+ different types of cancer
Measures a protein that is shed by malignant cancerous cells called ENOX2
Can be detected at stage “0” before symptoms (tumor) appear
7. CD8/CD57—measures natural killer (NK) cells
8. AMAS (Anti-Malignin Antibodies In Serum)
AMAS is an antibody in the blood that is elevated with cancer
shows up 1st-before other antibodies, making it the earliest detection tool
Detects that cancer is forming—but can’t tell where it is—or type
95% accurate after 1 test
For More Information on These Tests
Here are a couple of doctors who are experts in innovative testing: