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The Convenience of Serenity Helps Nancy Detect Breast Cancer Early, Before Symptoms
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Serenity Provides David a Way to Screen for Colon Cancer More Routinely and Less Invasively
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Serenity Provides James a Way to Screen for Pancreatic Cancer Where Standard-of-Care Does Not
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Case Study: Nancy Smith

Nancy Smith

Age:
53
Profile:
Has a history of acute stress and breast cancer on her father’s side of the family. Nancy is generally healthy but often lapses on her annual doctor’s appointments due to her busy work and personal schedule.
Standard Of Care
Adding Serenity
Screening

Breast Exam:

Nancy frequently misses her annual mammogram and visits.

But she feels fine.

Serenity Blood Test

Nancy enrolls in SERENITY and a deep genomics blood test is performed at home.

She receives full consultation with a Serenity physician.

Detection

Stage 4:

Two years later, Nancy’s, mammogram shows a small mass in her breast.

Tissue biopsy and other diagnostics reveal metastasized breast cancer.

Stage 1

Serenity results show that Nancy has signals of early stage breast cancer.

She is referred to specialists for high-resolution imaging and diagnosis.

Cost

$182,655

Later stage diagnosis means Nancy has to go through surgery and multiple rounds of chemo- and radiation therapy.

$71,909

Nancy reaches full remission through a combination of surgery and hormone therapy.

Outcomes
28%
5-Year Survival Rate
99%
5-Year Survival Rate
Case Study: David Jackson

David Jackson

Age:
51
Profile:
Has a history of chronic IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) since the age of 26. Has maintained a diet necessary to avoid major flare ups, but still experiences minor symptoms regularly.
Standard Of Care
Adding Serenity
Screening

Colonoscopy:

David did his first standard screening at age 50 according to USPSTF guidelines. No pathology has been detected.

His next recommended screening is in 10 years.

Serenity Blood Test

At age 55, David decides to add Serenity to his annual health screening plan instead of waiting until the age of 60 for his next colonoscopy.

Detection

Stage 4:

David started having GI problems at age 59. Since the symptoms are getting worse, the PCP decided to do an early colonoscopy.

The results of this and additional exams reveal metastatic colon cancer.

Stage 1

Liquid biopsy results show David is positive for the KRAS gene mutation. His cancer risk is very high. A colonoscopy confirms polyps in David’s colon. He is referred to a specialist.

Cost

$108,599

After chemotherapy, David undergoes an extended surgical resection of his cancer, receives a colostomy and needs additional chemotherapy over the next years. A recurrence of the cancer occurs and no further treatment can help David.

$49,189

David undergoes an endoscopic resection of his polyps and his outlook is great.

Outcomes
14.3%
5-Year Survival Rate
90.2%
5-Year Survival Rate
Case Study: James Mercer

James Mercer

Age:
57
Profile:
Has no history of cancer in his family however, James is overweight and was a heavy smoker in his 20’s and 30’s. Lately he has started to feel fatigued and run down but thinks its due to age and work stress.
Standard Of Care
Adding Serenity
Screening

Breast Exam:

James suffers from continuous fatigue. His PCP tells him to get more sleep and reduce stress. He continues to feel concerned about his health.

Serenity Blood Test

James decides to try Serenity, hoping it might help explain his ongoing fatigue.

Detection

Stage 4:

After 12 months of complaints, James’ develops jaundice and his doctor orders an abdominal CT scanner, where lesions on his pancreas are found. He is then sent for a surgical tissue biopsy.

Stage 1

Serenity liquid biopsy and medical record analysis results show that James is high-risk for pancreatic cancer. He is referred to specialists for diagnosis and stage 1 cancer is found.

Cost

$112,072

James cancer is too advanced for surgery and he undergoes intense radiation and chemotherapy treatments. He enters palliative care after months of reduced quality of life.

$52,039

James undergoes surgical removal of the localized tumor and further chemotherapy.

Outcomes
2.9%
5-Year Survival Rate
39.4%
5-Year Survival Rate
Add Serenity to your annual healthcare routine today!