Information is power when you are taking on cancer. Early detection is essential when it comes to treating cancer. Knowing the details of the disease and treatment options, and getting support beyond family and friends help you deal with your decisions and emotions.
Here is the one, the RGCC test, that measures circulating tumor cells before they form a tumor. RGCC is established in 2004. RGCC Group is a leading-edge company specializing in medical and cancer genetics, chemo-resistance and sensitivity testing, and pharmaceutical research and development. Their headquarters are located in Switzerland with a new facility in Greece where blood samples are analyzed and results are generated within two to three weeks.
The simple blood test is revolutionizing the way cancer is treated and is applicable for all types of cancer. Research Genetic Cancer Center (R.G.C.C.) in Greece, looks at circulating stem cells before signs and symptoms of cancer are clinically apparent. The intention behind the RGCC Test is to find the most effective treatments for halting cancer growth.
Circulating tumor cells are cells that have eluded the primary tumor and can be detected in the bloodstream. These cells are responsible for tumor formation and metastasis and make cancer so life-threatening. Determining which substances will effectively treat these malignant cells is crucial to preventing tumor growth and is predictive of disease progression.
What is the purpose of the RGCC test: RGCC test identifies genetic markers implicated in the growth of cancer. It determines how many malignant cells are in the bloodstream per mL of blood. It identifies malignant mutations potentially resistant to specific therapies. It evaluates treatments and medications that will be best to treat the cancer and circulating tumor cells are tested against conventional treatment substances such as chemotherapy agents as well as natural substances.
How RGCC test Differ from other tests:
The RGCC test detects cancer in the early stages and this differs from other imaging tests on like MRI, PET, CT scan, colonoscopy and mammography, which are able to detect tumors that have already formed the RGCC test; however, it tracks circulating stem cells before they form a tumor. If the test comes back showing a high number of stem cells, that indicates the need for further investigation whereas lower number correlate to the efficacy of the treatment being used.
The RGCC test looks at approximately a hundred and fifty markers including 50 immune therapies, 50 chemotherapy agents and 50 natural substances. Once the circulating stem cells are isolated, they are then cultured.
The cells are placed in a Petri Dish and tested for each of the 150 substances separately after 48 hours. It can be determined how many malignant cells were eradicated with each individual substance tested, thoroughly displayed using assessment charts and graphs along with a written explanation. It determines which ones will inhibit cancer cells from spreading and gives a comprehensive treatment plan based on this information.
A treatment plan can then be mapped out according to the most effective substances. Cancer is a systemic disease that means it travels through the bloodstream and this is why chemotherapy is used in reality, but this highly toxic treatment makes circulating tumor cells more resistant cancer cells that are high adaptive and adapt building resistance to the very drugs that are used to attack them. Tracking circulating tumor cells provides vital information in regard to which treatments will best target the stem cells.
The RGCC test is not commonly used by doctors who use conventional cancer treatment and this make no sense because they want to use a test that confirms their treatment of choice which is chemotherapy and that does not kill cancer stem cells.
Natural practitioners however found the test very useful because it shows which natural therapies will best treat the disease, changing the terrain of the body is also critical and one of the best ways to treat circulating stem cells in conjunction with natural therapies, optimal nutrition, consistent exercise, detoxification strategies and oxygenating the body are just a few common strategies that cannot be underestimated in changing the body’s terrain epigenetics, which is the study of alterations in gene expression that does not involve DNA sequencing. It shows that gene expression including oncogenes, the ones that cause cancer can be positively or negatively impacted by lifestyle and the immune system.
RGCC test is an amazing lab test that provides valuable information for treating cancer.
It does have its limitations, for instance it cannot provide information regarding the entire body’s immune system, but it does reveal the relevant data regarding which natural substances will be the most efficacious. Moreover, the test proves that natural substances do indeed kill cancer, you can still treat cancer holistically without using expensive lab testing or toxic drugs that damage the immune system, which fundamentally reduces the chances of recovery of the immune system and ultimately affect the health of the body. The RGCC test is frequently used in many countries including the United States of America and it yet to be approved by FDA and unfortunately the lab is expensive making it extortionate for some people to use it.
My Wife was with metastatic stage IV cancer, all chips down, no hope left. This RGCC test created “Ray of hope” by providing holistic and comprehensive treatment options and we moved successfully towards cure and she is healthy and leading a happy life from the past 4 years. ~ Shiv Pratap Singh
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