Single Test Measures 250 Blood Markers
A new generation of medical tasting may provide the most comprehensive view of what is happening in your body now, as well as a valuable baseline for you and your physician to monitor changes and trends in your blood chemistry over time.
A new generation of medical testing may provide the most comprehensive view of what is happening in your body now, as well as a valuable baseline for you and your physician to monitor changes and trends in your blood chemistry over time.
Modern medicine enables the effective treatment of countless diseases and medical problems, especially if caught early. That’s why an annual medical assessment is so important. Unfortunately, there are hundreds of diseases and conditions not typically tested for in a routine physical exam.
Biophysical250 may be the answer. The single most comprehensive health assessment available, it measures 250 different biomarkers (chemicals in the blood) that may indicate the presence of diseases and conditions often before symptoms appear.
Unlike standard physicals that measure only up to 40 biomarkers, Biophysical250 simultaneously assesses hundreds of biomarkers used by 12 different medical specialties. What otherwise would cost $40,000 and require dangerously large quantities of blood costs only $3,400 and requires only two tablespoons of blood. And the value is immeasurable. No other test can tell you so much about your health.
“The Biophysical250 health assessment has the potential to identify a presymptomatic disease, which could move an individual into a diagnostic track and literally prevent the disease from developing by initiating treatment early on when there’s a greater chance for a positive outcome,” explains Norman H. Chenven, M.D., founder and executive vice president, Austin Regional Clinic.
Biophysical250 surveys 250 biomarkers (proteins and chemicals) in your blood that could indicate many conditions and diseases (even presymptomatic) including:
• Cardiovascular disease;
• Metabolic disorders, such as diabetes and metabolic syndrome;
• Autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and lupus;
• Viral and bacterial diseases;
• Hormonal imbalance; and
• Nutritional status, such as vitamin or protein deficiencies.
In June 2006, Scientific American wrote, “The good news is that the sooner specific diseases and medical conditions are detected, the sooner-and more effectively-they can be treated. Biophysical250 gives you information to help make decisions that can impact your health and change your life.”