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OmiCure® test

OmiCure® provides a service that brings together a vast amount of biomedical literature and genomics data to identify personalized treatments for cancer.

OmiCure® explainable Artificial Intelligence (xAI) interprets DNA and RNA data with a comprehensive knowledge-base of existing and experimental therapies to identify cancer treatments. OmiCure® provides detailed information on the presence of genomic or transcriptomic alterations that may influence the choice of cancer therapy. This knowledge includes both marketed therapies as well as new therapies at the clinical trial stage.

Our A.I. can change your life

OmiCure® test is ideally suited to patients who have resistant cancers, have failed standard-of-care treatment, or for patients with rare tumors for which there is no standard of care.

An OmiCure® test Report can be obtained even after a patient’s tumor has progressed or while a patient is on a clinical trial or under treatment, especially if the physician is concerned that the clinical trial or treatment may not result in a durable response.

OmiCure® test inputs data from genomic sequencing labs which use FDA – cleared or approved sequencing technologies. These data are analyzed with near 50 thousand different drug-gene interactions to find cancer treatments which match the genomic data of your tumor. OmiCure® does not work with biopsy samples, and does not generate the sequencing data itself.

The availability of specific therapies in different countries, depends on regulatory classification in each country. OmiCure continuously updates the regulatory status of oncology therapies in the US and EU.

OmiCure® cannot determine whether a specific therapy is the right one for a patient, or predict the response of a specific patient to any specific therapy. The OmiCure® test report is not a source of medical advice for a patient or to have patients make treatment decisions on their own. Instead, information in the OmiCure® test report will exclusively guide discussions between a patient and his or her oncologist.

What results can I expect?

Based on your personal results, your oncologist may propose a targeted therapy. Alternatively, with the help of the OmiCure® test, the physician may avoid using a therapy which may not have the intended efficacy for you. This will prevent unnecessary adverse events from an ineffective therapy. Using all information at hand, the oncologist may propose to continue the same therapy in the same oncology center, using the standard of care, or to have access to experimental therapies through your participation in clinical trials for these therapies. OmiCure® cannot determine whether a specific therapy is the right one for treatment, or predict the response of a specific patient to any specific therapy. The OmiCure™ report is not a source of medical advice for a patient or to have patients make treatment decisions on their own. Instead, information in the OmiCure™ report will exclusively guide discussions between a patient and his or her oncologist

Your oncologist needs Omicure®

It would take years for your oncologist to sort through all of the information publicly available about the latest FDA-approved and experimental therapies and published research, and accumulate all of the information available to make accurate decisions.

OmiCure® test provides oncologists with a clear report about available therapies based on information collected at the genomic level. This report is designed to provide a concise, actionable summary and other information for your oncologist. Ultimately, the report enables the patient and caregiving team to make informed treatment decisions.

OmicFood® test

OmicFood® helps you choose the right nutriments to help your body fight your cancer based on your tumor’s molecular profile.

OmiCure® explainable Artificial Intelligence (xAI) interprets DNA and RNA data with a comprehensive knowledge-base of nutriments to identify the best ones for you. OmicFood® provides detailed information on the presence of genomic or transcriptomic alterations that may influence the choice of nutriments.

Cancer and diet?

A healthy diet is an important strategy you can use to help your body fight your cancer. The American Cancer Society recommends, for example, that you eat at least five servings of fruits and vegetables daily and eat the right amount of food to stay at a healthy weight. In addition, researchers are finding that certain foods, which help to reduce the risk of cancer, may be an important part of an anti-cancer diet.

Each food or nutriment act differently on each individual person depending on its DNA and may have some different impact on each one individual Immune system or RNA expression.

Although selecting “cancer-fighting” foods at the grocery store and at mealtime can’t guarantee nor cancer prevention, nor cancer treatment, good choices may help your body fight the cancer.
A healthy diet is important at each step in the cancer journey.

Nutrigenomics

The rapidly advancing field of nutritional genetics offers great promise for personalized nutrition in clinical practice

Nutritional genetics is the umbrella term for the field that covers two distinct phenomena: nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics.

Nutrigenetics evaluates the impact that our genes have on our body’s responseto nutrition.

Nutrigenomics assesses the impact that nutrition has on the expression of our genes.

As such, nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics are often considered the “two sides of the coin” of nutritional genetics.

Get personalized Diet

OmicFood® test analyses each individual patient’s Tumor RNA expression and identifies all dysregulated genes. Our xAI platform match then matches the dysregulated genes list to a comprehensive nutriments’ knowledge-base in order to suggest best nutriments that might help correct those reported dysregulations.

OmicFood® test’s suggestions should not be considered as an alternative to therapy and should be discussed with your medical team.

Your medical team needs OmicFood®

Omicfood® test provides physicians and nutritionists with a clear report about available nutriments for you based on information collected at the genomic level.
This report is designed to provide a concise, actionable summary and other information for your medical team.
Ultimately, the report enables the patient and caregiving team to make informed dietary decisions.

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