Specialist Health Check-Up
Live Blood Analysis - Cancer Risk Test - Natural Killer Cell Activity Test - Food Intolerance Test & Micro nutrition Test
Featured Specialist Cancer Risk Test: Natural Killer Cell Activity Test
Immuno Activity or call “ NK Activity” and “ Natural Cytotoxicity”. Life would be better if we knew the future. The future, we’ll never know, and our body wasn’t designed to anticipate all future possibilities.
Check first – Know first – Prevent first – For your health, in the future, that you can control.
Prevent “cancer” using technology that can accurately check for the risk of cancer. By analyzing your “Natural Cytotoxicity,” natural killer cells within your body that have the ability to detect whether other cells have undergone tumor transformation and destroy those cancer cell. This technology requires highly skilled researchers.
With advanced biotechnology, we are proud to collaborate in “cell therapy” research with a team of renowned researchers from Japan. With our innovative method, we can effectively increase the level of natural cytotoxicity in people who have a high risk of cancer.
Check first – Know first – Prevent first – For your health, in the future, that you can control.
Immuno Booster Programs are a new hope as the fourth alternative method for cancer treatment apart from the 3 standard treatments which are surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation. It is commonly known that patients who receive these traditional cancer treatments tend to have the side effects such as immune system damage and weakening of normal and healthy cells, susceptibility to infection, hair loss, extreme discomfort when receiving chemotherapy, and most importantly, sometimes, the treatments cannot eliminate all the cancer cells which will result in the cancer cells returning and spreading throughout the body and leading eventually to death. Therefore, the use of immunotherapy by natural killer cells should be applied along with conventional treatments.
The graph shows the relationship between cancer occurrence and level of Natural Cytotoxicity.
From the graph, it is found that people who have high risk of cancer exhibit lower levels of natural cytotoxic activity than people who have low risk which lead to higher chance of cancer for people in the high risk group than the low risk group.
The result of NK cell testing
The result is lower than the reference value Indicates that the performance of the cells involved in the immune system in the state is low. May be due to several reasons, such as:
- People who gets cancer or has relatives get cancer.
- Life style is not proper such as high smoking, sleepless (less than 7 hours per day), stress, over weight
- Individuals with poor nutritional status such as lack of fruit and vegetable or protein from beans
- People who take some drug such as immunosuppressants and chemotherapy
- Patients after surgery
- Some patients such as patients with Perforin deficiency, NEMO mutation
- The result is normal indicates that the performance of the cells involved in the immune system in the state is normal
- The result is higher than the reference value Indicates that the performance of the cells involved in the immune system in the state is high. Its meaning is the cells involved in the immune system has a good performance. However, it indicates that there will be infection or the risk for developing to get age related disease such as Alzheimer’s disease.
How to behave after detecting the lower of NK Cell Count and NK Activity:
- Change your life style
- Take foods that affect NK Cell include foods containing beta carotene, vitamin C and vitamin E , dietary mushrooms, including food supplements that affect the immune system.
- Immuno Therapy by NK Cell to activate NK cell activity in our body
- Stem Cell Therapy (ask our reception to book you a free consultation)
Which group of people that should check up “ NK Activity Testing “ as following:
- People who have a family history or relatives with cancer.
- People who are frequently infected which reflect immune deficiency.
- People who have chronic diseases such as liver and kidney diseases, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia.
- People who have chronic hepatitis virus infection.
- People with ongoing cancer treatment, or who have completed cancer treatment.
- People who have little time for rest, a busy life styles, poor health issues, and drink alcohol and smoke.
Other areas to check:
Tumor markers: CA19-9, colon, pancreas, liver, stomach. AFP, liver, stomach, pancreas, testes. CEA, stomach, colon, pancreas, lung and liver. HCG ovary, liver, lungs, stomach, rectum. HGH lung. CA 153 breast, egg, liver, lungs, stomach, rectum. f-PSA, prostate, endometrium, liver, lung, pancreas, breast. PSA, prostate, endometrium, liver, lung, pancreas, breast. NSE lung, pancreas, thyroid. CA 125, ovarian, liver, stomach, pancreas, breast, uterus. Ferritin, liver, breast, lung, pancreas.
Complete blood Complete blood count (CBC), The integrity of the immune: Helper T cells, B cells, Suppressor T cells, Immunoglobulin level (IgM,IgG,IgA,IgE).
Check the related substances: Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, Folic acid, Zinc, Selenium, Copper.
Health Checkup Comprehensive Tests
Get a Real Overview of Your Health
The Health Checkup and Clinical Assessment targets areas of everyday living that can affect short and long term health outcomes, such as stress and relaxation, exercise, mood and energy levels. Combined with the Diet Analysis, a “health snapshot” is created and forms a distinctively individual context for testing results. This component also incorporates a detailed Health Questionnaire. Specialist health check up tests can include: Cancer risk test, Natural killer cell activity test, food intolerance test, micro nutrition test and live blood analysis.
Live Blood Analysis
Live blood analysis involves taking a drop of blood from the patient and observing the blood cells under a microscope. The test is used to screen for a range of common health impeding processes in the body, such as inflammation, toxicity and vitamin deficiency.
Full Spectrum Pathology
Full Spectrum Pathology testing covers a comprehensive range of health impeding processes in the body, including vitamin and mineral deficiency and toxicity, white and red blood cell count, mineral and trace element levels, inflammation, cancer markers and more.
Complete blood count, Glucose, Creatinine, Cholesterol, Triglyceride, HDL-Choleste- role, LDL-Cholesterole (direct), Urine examination (IQ200), Uric acid, AST - Aspar- tate Transaminase (SGOT), ALT - Alanine Transaminase (SGPT), ALP (Alkaline Phos- phatase), TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone), Free T3 (Triiodothyronine Free ), Free T4 (Thyroxine Free), Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), Alpha Fetoprotein (AFP), CEA (Car- cinoembryonic Antigen), IGF (Insulin like Growth hormone Factor), IGFBP3, Cancer Antigen 15-3 (Breast Cancer), Carbohydrate Antigen 19-9, Cancer Antigen 125 (Ovary), FSH, Luteinizing Hormone (Quantitative), Estradiol (E2).
Complete blood count, Glucose, Creatinine, Cholesterol, Triglyceride, HDL-Choleste- role, LDL-Cholesterole (direct), Urine examination (IQ200), Uric acid, AST - Aspar- tate Transaminase (SGOT), ALT - Alanine Transaminase (SGPT), ALP (Alkaline Phos- phatase), TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone), Free T3 (Triiodothyronine Free ), Free T4 (Thyroxine Free), Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), Alpha Fetoprotein (AFP), CEA (Car- cinoembryonic Antigen), IGF (Insulin like Growth hormone Factor), IGFBP3, Cancer Antigen 15-3 (Breast Cancer), Carbohydrate Antigen 19-9, Prostatic Specific Antigen (PSA), Testosterone.
Hormones are essential for every activity of daily living, including the processes of digestion, metabolism, growth, reproduction, and mood control. Assessing a patient’s hormonal balance may be useful to addressing a wide range of conditions, such as fatigue, weight gain and depression.
Food Allergy and Food Intolerance Test
The majority of adverse reactions to food are rarely life threatening, but may be a source of considerable discomfort in many chronic conditions and diseases. The symptoms are varied and individuals can react in different ways. Many people live with minor or major symptoms of adverse food reactions for years without ever suspecting the involvement of the immune system and the foods which trigger them.
Food sensitivity is often given a low priority in the investigation of disease. Common conditions where food sensitivity may play a significant role include bloating and fluid retention, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, migraine, depres- sion and mood swings, asthma, skin conditions and behavioural problems in children.
IgG Food Sensitivity testing interpreted in relation to a case history and other test results, is an efficient and reliable method for diagnosing individuals with adverse re- actions to food.
Food allergy, on the other hand, is an immunological adverse reaction to food which is often IgE-mediated and can be measured in most instances in blood by detection of specific antibodies. Food sensitivity is identified by screening blood samples for IgG antibodies to a panel of foods. The most common food sensitivities occur with cow's milk, eggs, beans, nuts and cereals.
Ovarian, Breast, Bowel & Gastrointestinal Cancer Markers - Cancer risk test
Tumor cells produce a substance which, when at high enough levels, can be detected in a blood test, urine sample or body tissue sample, depending on the type of mark- er. Tumour marker levels can be used to ascertain the growth and characteristics of some cancers.
Natural Killer Cell Cytotoxicity Profile - Cancer risk test
NK Cytotoxicity profile gives patients and practitioners an insight to the patients level of ability to kill Cancer cells. From a sample of blood a % risk factor guideline can be given related to this cancer cell killing ability. Combined with other reports such as Thermal imaging and BioMarkers, a insightful cancer status / developmental risk re- port can be given.
RTM Breast Screening (For Women) - Cancer risk test
RTM Breast Screening is a temperature assessment of internal and surface breast tissue. As certain temperature changes can precede cell changes associated with tumor formation, the RTM screen can act as an early detection test for malignant and benign masses. The screen is totally non-invasive, painless and brief. It uses no radi- ation and is usually quite comfortable and gentle on the patient.
Resting 12-Lead ECG
Electrodes are placed on the chest, arms and legs to pick up the signals of the heart beat. These signals are printed on an electrocardiogram (ECG) in the form of a graph. The test is painless and only takes a few minutes. The test is used to screen for cardiac abnormalities and diseases.
Comprehensive imaging services (performed at affiliated hospital- half day)
- Chest X-ray
- Ultrasound Whole Abdomen •Upper Gastrointestinal Series
The term “colonoscopy” means looking inside the colon. It is a procedure performed commonly by a gastroenterologist, a well-trained subspecialist. The colon, or large bowel, is the last portion of your digestive or GI tract. It starts at the cecum, which attaches to the end of the small intestine, and it ends at the rectum and anus. The colon is a hollow tube about five feet long, and its main function is to store unab- sorbed food products prior to their elimination.
The term “endoscopy” refers to a special technique for looking inside a part of the body. “Upper GI” is the portion of gastrointestinal tract (the digestive system) that includes the esophagus, the swallowing tube leading to the stomach, which is con- nected to the duodenum, the beginning of the small intestine.
A gastrocopy is a procedure performed by a gastroenterologist, a well-trained sub- specialist who uses the endoscopy to diagnose and, in some cases, treat problems of the upper digestive system.