Detect 8 Common Cancers at Early Stages in the Blood

Add a layer of protection to your current healthcare routine with the newest innovation in multi-cancer detection. Serenity combines precision sequencing with artificial intelligence to detect a single molecule of cancer-related mutation in the blood*.

Soon, you will be able to turn uncertainty into Serenity and finally take your health into your own hands. Sign up to know when Serenity arrives.
    *Serenity is a tool to guide physicians in the detection of cancer and not as a stand-alone cancer detection or screening tool. Serenity should not replace recommended standard of care screening.

    Detect 8 Common Cancers at Early Stages in the Blood

    Add a layer of protection to your current healthcare routine with the newest innovation in multi-cancer detection. Serenity combines precision sequencing with artificial intelligence to detect a single molecule of cancer-related mutation in the blood*.

    Initially, Serenity will not be covered by insurance and will cost $2,200 out-of-pocket to buy.
    *Serenity is a tool to guide physicians in the detection of cancer and not as a stand-alone cancer detection or screening tool. Serenity should not replace recommended standard of care screening.
    "Finding cancer at its  earliest, most treatable stage gives patients the greatest chance of survival."
    - American Cancer Society, Treatment & Survivorship Facts & Figures 2019-2021

    The Best Protection Against Cancer is Detecting it Early

    Each one of us has a 38% chance of developing cancer in our lifetime. It is the second most common cause of death in the US. And while you do a lot to stay healthy, the best protection against cancer is detecting it early.

    Today, most cancers are detected in later stages; when patients have symptoms and cancer may have already spread in the body. At this point, cancer is harder to treat and chances of survival are lower.

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    The Best Protection Against Cancer is Detecting it Early

    Each one of us has a 38% chance of developing cancer in our lifetime. It is the second most common cause of death in the US. And while you do a lot to stay healthy, the best protection against cancer is detecting it early.

    Today, most cancers are detected in later stages; when patients have symptoms and cancer may have already spread in the body. At this point, cancer is harder to treat and chances of survival are lower.

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    Through better prevention, 1,660 American lives could be saved each day.
    - American Cancer Society, Treatment & Survivorship Facts & Figures 2019-2021

    There are Gaps in Standard Cancer Screening

    It’s important to follow your doctor’s recommendation for routine cancer screening procedures. But today, for most people, standard screening only covers 4 of the 15 most common cancers. And available procedures like colonoscopies more reliably detect cancer when it is visible and a lump or nodule has formed.

    That's why you may consider adding a new layer of protection to your overall healthcare routine*.

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    There are Gaps in Standard
    Cancer Screening

    It’s important to follow your doctor’s recommendation for routine cancer screening procedures. But today, for most people, standard screening only covers 4 of the 15 most common cancers. And available procedures like colonoscopies more reliably detect cancer when it is visible and a lump or nodule
    has formed.

    That's why you may consider adding a new layer of protection
    to your overall healthcare routine*.

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    Serenity is the first blood test that guides physicians in the early detection of 8 cancers with single molecule precision*.
    Thousands of DNA copies are sequenced across  271 genes and over 70,000 locations including cancer associated targets.
    Over 6 billion genomic data points per blood sample to see deeper into your genomic make-up
    Detects down to 0.1% mutant allele frequency (MAF), which means Serenity can detect a single tumor gene in one thousand non-tumor genes

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