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According to the American Cancer Society, 7.6 million people died from cancer during 2007. Many cancers are a result of genetic factors, or the effects of smoking, radiation or chemical agents and still others have no known causes. Fortunately most cancers can now be treated and some even cured if identified early. 

There are a number of tests that can check for various tumor markers. There are many types of tumor markers that can be detected. Each type of marker can represent a particular type of cancer. It is necessary to detect cancer in early stages so that there is a better outlook for treatment and eradication, if treated early enough. It is essential that testing is done if there are any concerns about cancer, or if an individual wants to check for these markers just to be sure that they do not have any of the markers that these tests can yield. Sometimes when there is a hereditary factor to cancer, there is a concern that can be alleviated through cancer testing. 

Health Testing Centers offer you a number of cancer tests that check for a variety of cancer tumor markers. There are many different types of tumor markers, each indicative of a particular cancer type and some groups segmented based on the different cancer risks for men and women.
Male Cancer Screening
Our Price $494.00
Male Cancer Screening
The Male Cancer Screening provides indicators for the common cancers that affect males. These include cancers of the prostate, testes, large intestine (colon and rectal), stomach, pancreas, liver, and breast.
Female Cancer Screening
Our Price $494.00
Female Cancer Screening
The Female Cancer Screening provides indicators for the common cancers that affect females. These include cancers of the ovaries, large intestine (colon and rectal), stomach, pancreas, liver, and breast.
CEA (Carcinoembryonic Antigen)
Our Price $74.00
CEA (Carcinoembryonic Antigen)
CEA is associated with certain kinds of cancers, especially colon and rectal cancer. Elevated CEA levels are also found with other cancers including pancreatic, gastric, lung, ovary, and breast.
AFP (Alpha-Fetoprotein) Tumor Marker
Our Price $74.00
AFP (Alpha-Fetoprotein) Tumor Marker
AFP (Alpha-Fetoprotein) in the blood can indicate certain types of cancer, especially cancer of the liver, testicles, ovaries, stomach, or pancreas.
Cancer Antigen 125 (CA-125)
Our Price $74.00
Cancer Antigen 125 (CA-125)
CA 125 is the premier test for the diagnosis and management of ovarian cancer
Cancer Antigen 19-9 (CA 19-9)
Our Price $124.00
Cancer Antigen 19-9 (CA 19-9)
The Cancer Antigen 19-9 (CA 19-9) blood test is a powerful tool for the detection of pancreatic or gastrointestinal cancer.
Cancer Antigen 27.29 (CA 27.29) Blood Test
Our Price $124.00
Cancer Antigen 27.29 (CA 27.29) Blood Test
The CA 27.29 is the premier blood test for breast cancer. In fact, the CA 27.29 is the only blood test specific for breast cancer.
Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR or sed rate)
Our Price $44.00
Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR or sed rate)
The erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) blood test also called a sedimentation rate (sed rate) is used to detect diseases associated with inflammation, such as autoimmune diseases.
Comprehensive Health Screening - Male
Our Price $1,294.00
Comprehensive Health Screening - Male
The Comprehensive Health Screening - Male combines our Level 2 panel with certain vitamins tests.
Comprehensive Health Screening - Female
Our Price $1,294.00
Comprehensive Health Screening - Female
The Comprehensive Health Screening - Female combines our Level 2 panel with certain vitamins tests.

Additional Information On Cancer

What’s Your Risk? The Top Seven Cancers in Women
Blood Tests: Important Tools in Early Cancer Detection, Diagnosis and Treatment
Breast Cancer - What You Should Know
Early Warning Signs of Cancer and Risk Factors
Cancer Causes: Know Your Personal Risk Factors to Prevent Cancer
Someone you Love has Cancer: What to Do – What to Say