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Genetic Health Proactive Screening

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If you want a healthy life you need to prepare for it. It will never be handed to you. You need to be proactive.

The basic things we all need to apply is to finetune our nutrition, organize our exercise,

reduce stress and make sure we get enough rest and sleep.

Moreover, we need to calculate our future health risks. Everyone of us have genetic risks that are apparent in our family history. In order to correctly evaluate our own future disease risks we need information about our family history. Whoever ignores history is doomed to repeat the same mistakes. This is highly relevant in genetics. We all seem to overlook the diabetes in our grandmother or the breast cancer of an aunt, the heart disease of our father and the obesity in our mother. We do not believe this information is relevant and that it concerns us. Until it is too late. We need to find out about the conditions that have caused diseases in our parents, siblings and greater family and compare it to the genetic information available to each one of us via a simple saliva or blood-based genetic test.

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THAI StemLife can assist you in this endeavor by offering the most extensive and accurate genetic tests to date. Knowing your inherited risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease can help you to be more proactive about your health and promote healthier behaviors. More than 16% of all adults have actionable serious health related genetic risks and 80% of children with a genetic disorder are born to parents without any symptoms.

First, we will report about CARDIOVASCULAR risks. More than 80 genes related to cardiovascular conditions will be analyzed with a 99.9 % accuracy in a CAP and CLIA accredited laboratory in the US. Information about heart rhythm problems (arrhythmias), heart muscle conditions (cardiomyopathies) leading to heart failure in younger years, blood lipid conditions leading to heart attacks, sudden death (you have certainly heard about this young boy falling dead in the soccer field or than woman fainting in the office) that is greatly associated to unknown heart rhythm disturbances! One in 250 of us will have the genes associated with hypercholesterolemia but early knowledge and treatment will lower the risk for coronary artery disease with 76%. Genetics for conditions affecting your large blood vessels will help to avoid catastrophic aneurysms! Information about ten (10) very common CARRIER conditions will also be provided that can be lifesaving (malignant hyperthermia can be catastrophic during anesthesia!).

In the second part of the test, more than 60 hereditary CANCER genes will be analyzed with a 99.9 % accuracy in a CAP and CLIA accredited laboratory in the US. Hereditary cancer risks in almost all organ systems will be appraised. The list is very comprehensive and includes among others, pancreas, colon, breast ovaries, lungs, endocrine glands etc. Lifetime CANCER RISKS are significantly increased and up to 100% (meaning one will get cancer disease during a lifetime) in people with genetic variants related to cancer (Breast, Colon, Uterine, Ovarian). You can see the comparison in the figure below.

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If you have Inherited a genetic variant predisposing for Cancer, your LIFETIME Cancer Risk becomes greatly increased compared to the general population.




Cancer risk 






Breast cancer

General population : 12.83%

Genetic variant: up to 87%

Colorectal cancer

General population : 4.24%

Genetic variant: up to 100%

Uterine  cancer

General population : 3.07%

Genetic variant: up to 55%

Ovarian cancer

General population : 1.25%

Genetic variant: up to 54%

Similarly, SURVIVAL is highly dependent on early detection. If you know early, you react early. When you compare to your family history, the genetic test makes sense, the puzzle is complete, the information urges reaction.

Time is of the essence. 

Five-year survival rates for early vs. late detection 




Survival  rate






Breast cancer

Early: 98.8%

Late: 27.4%

Colorectal cancer

Early: 98.8%

Late: 14.2%

Endometrial  cancer

Early: 95%

Late: 16.8%

Ovarian cancer

Early: 92.4%

Late: 29.2%

You can finetune your strategy by adding the CIRCULATING TUMOR CELL test (CTC)

in your war to CANCEL CANCER. (click).

The genetic tests answer the question: What is my Cancer risk in the FUTURE?

The CTC answers the question: Do I have ay cancer cells in my blood NOW?

How: EASY. It is all in the palm of your hand (or actually in your saliva) and available to you and your family. This information will enable yourself and your doctor to develop actionable disease mitigation strategies.

What is the THAI StemLife Genetic wellness package?

The THAI StemLife Genetic Wellness Package combines carrier, cancer, and cardiovascular screening

to make it easier for patient to understand their comprehensive genetic risk, all from one sample.

One order 
One kit
One Sample 
Two comprehensive  reports 

The THAI StemLife advantage 

Comprehensive testing 

Order carrier and proactive screening 

in one simple kit, and get results with just one sample 

Fast turnaround 

Results available in just 

4-6 weeks on average 

Hands-on support 

Providersand and patients have access 

to support from THAI StemLife team

of board-certified genetic counselors 

REFERENCES: Ask us about the references mentioned in the text. All are available to you.

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