What Is Pantum Detect?
Early detection & diagnosis can help beat cancer as the right treatment at the right time is key. Cancer screening tests are important as they provide the opportunity to detect a growing tumour or an anomaly before cancer grows into an advanced stage and it’s too late. In the case of local tumours, they can be easily removed surgically or treated if detected at an early stage.
HMZ Laboratories’ latest offering; Pantum Detect, is a revolutionary cancer screening method which offers yearly screening to detect cancer growth at an early stage. A small tumour takes a while to grow into aggressive and proliferating cancer. A small tumour may take up to 10 years to show signs or for you to notice it physically and by then cancer may have moved to an advanced stage. Thus, regular cancer screening enables the option to detect cancer within the first year of growth and that means the patient gets enough time to seek the right treatment. Also, Pantum Detect test help to screen as many tumours as possible. If not screened yearly than cancer can grow aggressively and treating metastasizing cancer is difficult.
Pantum Detect Cancer Screening Test
97.5 % Sensitivity
Pantum Detect Test is a highly sensitive test, out of 100 tumour patients, 97 are correctly identified as such by the blood test, indicating the extremely high accuracy of the test.
99.53 % Specificity
The chances of the test result indicating a false positive are negligible at 0.47 % or 1 in 200 only, indicating higher reliability of the test.
Pantum Detect & its USPs:
- A fast & convenient way of screening, just a blood test that takes minutes
- It is risk-free & not harmful at all, in comparison most other ways of screening involve exposure to radiation like having a Mammogram.
- An early cancer detection test that can detect over 50 solid tumour types.
- Affordability and ease of administering the test which can further help in the high reach and penetration of the test, which is must in a nation like ours where healthcare, especially preventive healthcare is largely ignored.
Cancer, the word binds fear within it and the society is scared to even go for screenings for the fear of getting detected as positive. This approach or frame of mind is akin to closing one’s eyes, and wishing that the problem will just vanish on its own. On the other hand, if detected at an early stage, there are high chances of successful treatment. Let’s adopt screenings as a part of our lifestyle and lead lives in a happier and more secure manner rather than in fear.