New Personalized Treatment Options for Cancer Patients

We all know that the standard of care is simply not enough and if the cancer is not contained early on and actively managed, then it will most likely recur and progress. The good news is that new personalized options are available today, and often lead to better treatment results and longer time in remission, including:

Tumor Preservation

Your tumor is preserved in multiple formats for further study, immediately or at a later time. It is ideal for every cancer patient. Learn more about Tumor Preservation.

Chemo Sensitivity Testing

Tests which chemotheraputic agents will work on the tumor from day one, and and which will not. Learn more about Chemo Sensitivity Testing.

Genomic Profiling

Identifies mutations on your tumor that help your oncologist prescribe more targeted drugs based on your tumor makeup. Learn more about Genomic Profiling.

Drug Screening

Tests chemotherapy agents and tens of additional experimental and immunotherapy drugs to find the right combination for a particular tumor. Learn more about Drug Screening.

Personalized Vaccines


Immunotherapy designed to treat cancers that have already developed (as opposed to preventative). It educates the immune system to attack your cancer cells. Learn more about Personalized Vaccines.

Adoptive T-Cell Therapy

Immunotherapy approach that attempts to boost the natural ability of the patient’s T-cells (killer cells) to attack and fight your cancer cells. Learn more about Adoptive T-Cell Therapy.

All above options require access to the live cancer cells that can only be preserved at the time of surgery. Each tumor contains important information critical to the treatment, BUT tumors are NOT preserved alive by the hospitals and are routinely discarded. Learn more about Store My Tumor.

Why Store My Tumor?

Tumor preservation is exactly what it says. During surgery, the tissue (or fluid) from your tumor are preserved for further study (immediately or at a later time). It is ideal for every cancer patient, but especially those who are interested in drug screeningchemo sensitivity testingpersonalized therapeutic vaccines, or adoptive t-cell therapy.

Personalized medicine starts with the understanding that no two cancers are the same. All tumors are unique and must be treated as such.

For those who are just beginning their treatment journey, tumor preservation can help an oncology team determine the most effective treatments for their cancer before introducing medications that have toxic side effects and may not work. It can also identify experimental therapies that are outside of the standard of care that may be more effective than traditional treatment methods.

For those who are in the midst of a frustrating and ineffectual battle with cancer, tumor preservation offers access to the best and most advanced technologies in the world, that are often beyond chemotherapy and radiation – treatments like drug screening and cellular immunotherapies.

 Is Tumor Preservation Right for Me?

Tumor preservation is available to all patients, and is especially recommended for patients that:

• want to find out which drug or cocktail is best for their cancer

• have not responded to their treatment

• have an aggressive disease or disease of unknown origin

• are experiencing too many side effects from their current treatment

• are interested in exploring cellular immunotherapy

• are being told that there are no other treatment options available to them

• have (or think that have) developed resistance to their current treatment

• want to take more control of their treatment

• want to keep all future treatment options open

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