PanTum Detect provides the opportunity to detect a variety of tumors using a simple blood test – even tumors for which blood tests are not yet available.
Screening with PanTum Detect is fast, comfortable, risk-free and affordable.
Thus, PanTum Detect can be used for cancer screening once a year and therefore reduce the risk that any developing tumor stays undetected and grows into a dangerous cancer.
PanTum Detect offers a new and innovative option for cancer screening.
PanTum Detect provides you with a yearly screening method, to increase your chances of detecting cancer early. Yearly testing increases the chance of detecting a developing tumor within the first year in which it is detectable. A growing tumor usually takes a while to develop into an aggressive and proliferating cancer. Thus, if a positive result is found early, you are often left with enough time to take action for treatment. The turning point where a growing tumor progresses into an invasive, metastasizing cancer is paramount.
Make the most of this opportunity and make use of this blood test annually.
97.5 % sensitivity
Out of 100 tumor patients, 97 are correctly identified as such by the blood test. This means, although the test has a very high detection rate, it is not 100% accurate. Thus, a regular yearly screening is important, in order to identify the 3% of previously undetected tumors in time and thus early enough to be treatable.
99.53 % specificity
Statistically, one in 200 people tested – 0.5% of testings – may receive a false positive result. This means, a tumor is detected even though it does not actually exist.
1> No screening test provides a result that is 100% accurate or reliable
2> A negative result does not provide you with absolute security that there is no tumor present
3> A positive result bears the risk that a tumor cannot be confirmed and has thus cause unnecessary burden for patient and family
1> A positive result provides the opportunity of diagnosing a tumor early and therefore allowing successful therapy.
2> Especially regular screening increases the chance that a tumor found is in an early stage.
3> Regular check-ups are less burdensome, due to the fact that the previous screening was not long ago and thus a potential tumor has had little time to evolve into an aggressive, metastasizing entity.