Genomics may reveal the drivers of your cancer.
Why are you not being sequenced?
Despite research affirming the efficacy of genomically-based, multiple-drug cancer treatment, most cancer patients are still not sequenced today.
You may have to ask to be sequenced. This breakthrough may be critical in your fight against cancer.
Genomic sequencing will analyze billions of the components of your DNA and may reveal its defective parts—the drivers of your cancer.
The basics of genomic sequencing
This article from Time Health explains the basics of genomic sequencing.
Dr. Kurzrock’s video (video on this page) may help you better understand what genomic sequencing is, and why it offers new hope.
Fighting the fear
No matter how advanced your treatment plan, you will still experience those fearful moments when your heart cries out for real hope.
We have found there is only one reliable source of hope, and that is through a relationship with God. You might not believe in God or you might be blaming God for your cancer wanting nothing to do with him. But he wants to walk with you through this, give you strength, give you direction, and comfort and legitimate hope. God is bigger than your cancer.
We recommend these articles on our site. As with cancer treatment, it is important to consider all your options…including being aware of the hope that God is offering you:
Note: We are not doctors and we cannot answer your medical questions. However, we welcome your questions about finding hope and knowing God.