Oncocount

This test detects the presence of circulating tumor cells (CTCs) and measures their concentration in the blood. Oncocount is useful to detect relapse and as a follow-up tool.
  • Be proactive in monitoring your recovery
  • Be informed of your risk of relapse
  • Be prepared for the future

About the Test

This tool is designed to detect early relapse and to manage your risk. It is not intended to confirm a diagnosis of cancer. As a follow-up tool, it’s also useful to monitor the status of your health during and after your treatment.

How it Works

  1. Your doctor will prescribe the Oncocount test.
  2. GMT’s key account manager will get in touch with the patient to schedule the blood extraction needed for the test.
  3. GMT’s medical technologist will personally go to the patient’s location to do the blood draw. The sample will be arranged for transportation to GMT’s international lab.

About the Test

This tool is designed to detect early relapse and to manage your risk. It is not intended to confirm a diagnosis of cancer. As a follow-up tool, it’s also useful to monitor the status of your health during and after your treatment.

How it Works

  1. Your doctor will prescribe the Oncocount test.
  2. GMT’s key account manager will get in touch with the patient to schedule the blood extraction needed for the test.
  3. GMT’s medical technologist will personally go to the patient’s location to do the blood draw. The sample will be arranged for transportation to GMT’s international lab.

Getting the Test

Sample Type:

Blood

Cancer Type:

All types of cancer

Final Results:

Three weeks after the receipt of the specimen in our international lab

Sample Size:

Minimum of 20ml peripheral whole blood

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Proactive Health Management for You—and your Family

Avail the Oncocount test and get the CellMax Hereditary Cancer DNA Test FREE!

We want to help your family take charge of their health by understanding and managing their risk for cancer. With the CellMax Hereditary Cancer DNA Test, they will know their genetic predisposition for developing certain cancers—helping them prepare for the future and become more proactive in making better, healthier lifestyle decisions.

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FAQs

Who should have the Oncocount?

Patients who are monitoring their cancer status after treatment are advised to have the Oncocount. This tool was designed to detect early relapse and to manage that risk. It is not intended to confirm a diagnosis of cancer.

What is the Oncocount for?

The Oncocount is a tool that was designed to detect early relapse. It provides information about the presence and concentration of circulating tumor cells (CTCs).

When should I take this test?

This test is recommended as a follow-up tool, so it’s best done when you’re monitoring for cancer relapse.

How much is the Oncocount?

This test costs P44,500.

What is the difference between Oncocount and Onconomics Plus? Which one is advisable for me?

The Oncocount provides information only about the presence and concentration of circulating tumor cells and as such, it is intended as a tool to detect early relapse and manage that risk. On the other hand, the Onconomics Plus provides information about the efficacy of specific drugs and natural biological substances or extracts on an individual’s cancer cells. Hence, it is a valuable tool to aid in the treatment of cancer patients.

What is the procedure for this? How is it done?

The Oncocount requires a blood sample.

Where can I avail the Oncocount?

After it is prescribed by your attending physician, our team will get in touch with you to schedule the specimen extraction.

When do I get back the results?

The result is sent to your attending physician three weeks after the receipt of your specimen in our international lab.

Will I be able to understand the results? Who will explain it to me?

The test is designed to be interpreted by your attending medical oncologist or physician.

What happens after I take the Oncocount?

You will have baseline data of your circulating tumor cells, which are associated with the relapse and the recurrence of the disease. This will guide your medical team as they monitor your health status.

Why should you take the Oncocount?

One should take the Oncocount test for monitoring  or detect early relapse since it provides information about the presence and the concentration of circulating tumor cells. This test may also be used to monitor the patient’s status during and after treatment.