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cancer genetics A genetic legacy that no one wants.

Some cancers are genetically inherited. Normally, everyone has cancer-causing genes that are inherent from birth. But it doesn't cause cancer. It depends on whether the gene is mutated to cause cancer or not. Currently, genetic testing or cancer genetics To find risks, it helps to know personal health at an in-depth level. Use it to plan your life. behavior modification Including surveillance before disease occurs or even prevent recurrence in cancer patients.

Diseases that have a chance of being passed on geneticallycancer

from current information Cancer is the number one cause of death among Thai people. Many people have heard of cancer before. But many people still don't know that 5-10 % cancers are very common due to genetics. Although the percentage of genetic cancers is not very high, But these risk factors should not be ignored.

  • breast cancer Risk factors include having a family member with breast cancer. have obesity drink a lot of alcohol
  • Ovarian cancer The cause is genetics. Women who have no children or are infertile Factors that increase risk include the environment, chemicals, and contaminants in food.
  • lung cancer The main risk factors are smoking or exposure to excessive direct and indirect cigarette smoke, genetics, exposure to carcinogens from work and the environment.
  • Colon cancer It is caused by many common risk factors, including genetics, obesity, and being overweight. Environment and diet
  • Prostate cancer Found among men Risk factors include having a family member who has had prostate cancer. Often have problems with not being able to urinate.
  • Thyroid cancer Risk factors include frequent exposure to neck radiation. Have a family history of thyroid cancer aging Heavy metal toxins that have accumulated over a long period of time

Who should have cancer genetic testing?

1. People with a history of cancer in the family as follows:

  • One or more direct relatives with breast cancer have a history of the following cancers:
    • Breast cancer at a younger age than 50 years
    • Breast cancer in men
    • Ovarian cancer
    • Pancreatic cancer
    • Metastatic prostate cancer or high-risk types
  • Two or more direct relatives with breast cancer have a history of breast or prostate cancer.
  • Three or more direct relatives with breast cancer have a history of breast cancer.

2. Cancer patients Monitor symptoms to reduce the chance of recurrence. Enhance the most appropriate treatment approach

3. People who are in good health and no family history of cancer The person coming for the checkup has not yet had cancer and may not have it. But I want to know whether I might happen to have cancer-causing genes hidden within me or not.

What kind of cancer does our genetics and lifestyle put us at risk for? It depends on the basic genetics that has been inherited. Whatever type of cancer we are at risk for, we must be more careful than others. Even though the chance is only 5 – 10%, so if we have these risky behaviors hidden in our daily lives It may be a stimulus for our genetics to work faster. The percentage causing cancer will increase.

When genetic test results come out abnormal How to deal with it?

  1. The most important thing is to monitor closely. Because there may be a risk of developing tumors or cancer. Further diagnostic testing should be done to pinpoint the exact location of the abnormal cell clusters. And the follow-up examination should be repeated 3 months after the first examination.
  2. avoid stimulation Reduce the chance of getting cancer. By adjusting your daily life, paying attention to maintaining your health to promote the immune system. By eating food according to nutritional principles Exercise regularly Get enough rest. Refrain from consuming or coming into contact with carcinogenic substances such as smoking, drinking alcohol. Eating processed meat Additionally, the immune system may be stimulated or strengthened with antioxidants or herbs.

Therefore, screening for various cancers (Screening for Specific Cancer) is a method that is widely accepted and is very useful. Detecting abnormalities from cancer genetics Everyone can be inspected. You don't have to be a cancer patient only. To prevent and know about future diseases from the initial stage. We would like to offer another option to help reduce illness from cancer. and reduce the death rate that is continually increasing

Cancer screening program To prevent and know about future diseases

W9 Advanced Cancer Screening Test

Tumor screening program and 51 types of cancer

  • No need for surgery. Can be diagnosed from stage 0
  • Screening is more rapid than testing for tumor markers.
  • Can detect all types of cancerous tumors Even small lumps can be detected.

W9 Care Series

Risk analysis program for 13 serious diseases and 21 common diseases from genetics (Genetics)

Easy to test, just use saliva. Convenient and fast

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