IvyGene Liver Test
Confirm hyper-methylated DNA at multiple gene targets highly correlated with Liver Cancer presence
Streamline the confirmation of Liver cancer in patients at risk for Liver cancer. Patients with Cirrhosis, Hepatitis, NALFD, and other benign diseases are at a great risk for developing Liver cancer.
Blood draw: no centrifuge, freezing, or fasting
Liver cancer incident rates have increased over 3X since 1980. Due to the difficulty in confirming Liver cancer, Liver cancer has a very high mortality rate.
*Sources drawn from Cancer Research UK and WebMD
The IvyGene Liver test analyzes methylation ratios at specific gene targets to confirm the presence of liver cancer. Those gene targets were identified through AI and Next-Generation Sequencing technology, which decoded the human genome to produce specific gene targets for analysis. The IvyGene technology analyzes only those specific gene targets.
In a trial, the IvyGene Liver test produced a sensitivity of 80% and specificity of 86% on both cancer and healthy patients. Other biomarkers produced sensitivities ranging from 21-80% sensitivity and specificity ranging from 60-85%. Based on results of other biomarker tests, including the AFP and CEA.
Consult with the ordering medical provider about the Ivygene results. Patients with an elevated result may be at an increased risk for cancer at the time of testing.
Order a test kit
Only a medical provider may order the test. The test is performed through a simple blood draw [40mls]. Shipping is included in the wholesale price of the test. Results are returned within 5 business days.
Patients: Find a Provider
A medical provider must order the test and complete the requisition form. Any medical provider may order the test. For your convenience, we provide a list of medical providers who have worked with the IvyGene test and are willing to accept new patients. Many providers charge a consultation and/or blood draw fee in addition to the cost of the test.
For more information about the IvyGene test, please contact us with your questions. We’ll guide you through the process to find a provider and get tested.