How do You Know if You are at Risk for Stomach Cancer?
You are at risk if you are above 40 years old and have any of the following risk factors:
Family history of stomach cancer
Medical history of gastritis and other stomach illnesses
History of Hlicobacter pylori (H.pylori) infection
Lifestyle and diet:
- Tobacco smoking
- Alcohol drinking
- High intake of salted, smoked and preserved food
- Low intake of fruits and vegetables
Why Should You Undergo Regular Screening for Stomach Cancer?
Most early-stage stomach cancer patients
have no symptoms.
of stomach cancer patients do not survive more than five years because of late diagnosis*.
Effective screening can detect stomach cancer early. Stomach cancer is curable if detected early.
* Katai et al. Gastric Cancer 2018 21(1):144-154
What is GASTROClear Test?
Simplified stomach cancer screening by using a blood test to assess your risk of stomach cancer before symptoms appear.
Higher detection rate (better sensitivity) and fewer false positives (better specificity) than traditional stomach cancer markers*. It is powered by technology for ultra-sensitive detection of microRNA tumour markers.
How does GASTROClear Test tell You Whether You are at Risk of Stomach Cancer?
Blood test reports a risk score which will indicate if you are at Low Risk, Intermediate Risk, or High Risk of having stomach cancer.
Your doctor will interpret the test report and refer you for gastroscopy if your risk is high.
* Zhou et al. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2019, 37:4064
* Shimada et al. Gastric Cancer 2014, 17(1):26=33