The Greece cancer test: www.rgcc-genlab.com
The laboratory from Greece called RGCC has developed a revolutionary test that is changing our perception of cancer as well as the ways we can defeat it.
RGCC is a genetic research laboratory that has developed a patented membrane that is able to capture malignant cells from your own blood. It is capable of capturing one malignant cell out of trillions of normal blood cells. It is so specific it can actually give a count of malignant cells captured per milliliter of blood that is sent to Greece.
Once the scientist have captured the malignant cells on the membrane they are able to grow or culture the cells outside of your body on cell culture dishes. Next, over six days they test the cultures with all the modern chemotherapy agents, over 70 natural agents, as well as the genetic expression of the cancer itself. At the end of the six days of testing all of these agents, the scientist give a percentage of kill rate or percentage of decrease of the malignant cells in the cell culture dishes. The gene expression part of the test allows us to really look at how the malignant cells want to grow, multiply, develop new blood vessels, grow in other places (metastasis), what feeds it and what inhibits it. This information allows your oncologist or practitioners get a specific look and insight on which therapy may work best for you. It allows oncologist to be specific with their chemotherapy treatments and also allows you and other practitioners to know what may be the best natural approach to cancer therapy as well.
In our office we have had incredible results using immunotherapy agents in IV and oral therapy by following the specific results of the Greece test. This test allows your doctor or us to use the precise agents to determine the best outcome for your long-term health.
The test is being run by some of the largest cancer hospitals in the world including M.D. Anderson. Most patients know they have cancer when they come to see us, so we expect the results to show a positive culture. However, the test is also for patients who have overcome cancer and want to make sure it is truly gone on a chemical level, even though they may be clear to all scans run by their doctor. It is also for those people who have a family history and want to be tested preventively, even before a tumor can be detected or develop or seen on any scan.
A new outlook on cancer is that cancer is a systemic problem, even from the beginning, even if cancer is removed early. We know now that cancer as small as 2 mm has spread blood vessels into our normal blood stream and shared information with your other immune cells, genes and peptides. This means that cancer may develop metastasis at some time in the future, sooner or later and just cutting it out radiating the area may not prevent it from spreading. Also, even though a patient may be years from their original diagnosis and they may be clear to all scans doesn’t mean that malignant cells aren’t floating in their bloodstream and given the proper environment may land somewhere and grow again. The Greece test gives us the ability to help people on initial diagnosis and ensure a stress-free long-term health.