The Future of Early Cancer Detection is Coming

The Future of Early Cancer Detection is Coming

The Future of Early Cancer Detection is Coming

The Best Protection Against Cancer is Detecting it Early

Each one of us has a 38.6% chance of developing cancer; it is the second most common cause of death in the US [1]. 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 [2]. At this point, cancer is harder to treat and chances of survival are lower [3].

The Best Protection Against Cancer
is Detecting it Early

Each day you do your best to keep you and your family safe and healthy. But there are still risks that feel out of your hands like the possibility of cancer.

Each one of us has a 38.6% chance of developing cancer; it is the second most common cause of death in the US [1].

Today, most cancers are detected in later stages when patients have symptoms, and cancer may have already spread in the body [2]. At this point, cancer is harder to treat and chances of survival are lower [3].

"Finding cancer at its earliest, most treatable stage gives patients the greatest chance of survival."
- American cancer Society [4]

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*.

*Always follow doctor recommended screening guidelines. Serenity should not replace recommended standard of care screenings.

Detect Common Cancers at Early Stages in the Blood*

Serenity is the first blood test that guides physicians in the early detection of multiple cancers with single molecule precision.

Single-molecule Precision

Serenity combines precision sequencing with artificial intelligence to detect very small traces of cancer-related mutations in the blood. This is a new way to screen for cancer using cell-free DNA (cfDNA) from a simple blood draw.

Clinical Validation

Serenity's technology is currently being studied for 15 cancer types in one of the largest cfDNA trials across leading oncology centers in the US and Europe.

Developed by Experts

Serenity’s laboratory process and technology was developed in partnership with medical and oncology experts at institutions including UC Berkeley, Stanford and USC.

*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 screenings.
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Detect Cancer Early with a Single Blood Draw

Quantgene Serenity™ is a system to help guide your physician in early cancer detection. Serenity enables your doctor to screen for multiple forms of cancer from just one blood draw.

Innovative Early Detection Technology

Serenity combines precision sequencing with artificial intelligence to detect very small traces of cancer-related mutations in the blood. This is a new way to screen for cancer using cell-free DNA (cfDNA) from a simple blood draw.

Clinical Validation

Serenity has been studied in one of the largest cfDNA clinical trials across 15 cancer types and 13 leading oncology centers in the US, Germany and Switzerland.

Delivered By Experts

Expert physician support is at the core of Serenity. From answering questions to interpreting your results, Serenity is by your side.

References

1. Lifetime Risk of Developing or Dying From Cancer, 1/4/2018, American Cancer Society, accessed 12/13/2019, <https://www.cancer.org>
2. Take Action, 2019, Canary Foundation, accessed 12/13/2019, <https://www.canaryfoundation.org>
3. Report Outlines the Future Potential of Cancer Screenings, 12/5/2019, American Cancer Society, accessed 12/13/2019, <https://www.cancer.org>
4. Cancer Treatment and Survivorship Facts & Figures 2019-2021, 1/1/2019, American Cancer Society, accessed 12/13/2019, <https://www.cancer.org>