The Leading Test to Determine Hereditary Cancer Risk AND Leading Plans to Prevent Cancer Onset
Cancer risk can be passed down from parents. This is called hereditary mutation. Mutations can be acquired from one or both parents and are present in almost every cell. People who carry such variants are not guaranteed to get cancer. However, the risk of developing the disease is statistically higher.
For example, those with the BRCA Gene are 72% likely to develop Cancer (Breast 0r Ovarian) by the age of 80, compared to 11% for the average female population.
What if you could know your specific cancer risks? Wouldn’t you want to know?
Now you can
What if there were treatments to prevent and even defer the risks of specific cancers?
Now there are
The Hereditary Cancer Risk Assessment Profile looks at 30 different genes that influence the risk of cancer. These genes are modified by environmental and lifestyle factors, which can have both a positive and negative effect. Through dietary changes, phytonutrients, and lifesytle modifications, these genes can be limited in their expression of cancer, even if they do statistically have a higher likelihood of cancer onset. This test also examines mitochondrial health, to see if more support is needed for the body to function at a higher-performing level, which should also lower the chances of cancer onset. That is to say, even if someone tests positive for say BRCA genes, there are preventative measures that can be taken to make the body unfriendly to cancer cells.
The statistics are somewhat staggering for Cancer in that 1 in 3 will be diagnosed in their lifetime. Specific risks include:
Preventative Plans. For every single one of the 30 gene mutations we test for, there are specific protocols of treatment that will strengthen the body, make it inhosipitible to cancer cells, and ultimately prevent or eliminate the onset of cancer itself. We provide both a fully natural and non-invasive preventative options, and can discuss other options and their risk reduction possiblities. For those without mutations, there are therapies and lifestyle modification plans we can develop to lower your chance of cancer as well.
Example treatments that may be effective in your cancer prevention solution could be
Curious as to whether your insurance covers this test? what it tests for? if you’re a good candidate for this? specifics on how the test is run or how long it takes? Give our specialists a call and they will be happy to answer all of your questions.
Progressive wants to increase longevity, decrease the fear of cancer, and strengthen each individual against cancer one patient at a time! Join us in preventing cancer, for your health and your family’s health.