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Cancer Screening Tests

The earlier cancer is detected, the better the chances of survival. Screenings are an important diagnostic tool that can help find cancer so it can be treated right away. Take one of our cancer screening tests.

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CBC with Differential and Platelet Count Blood Test

A Complete Blood Count (CBC) is used to screen for symptoms such as fatigue or bruising, diagnose disorders such…

Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP 14) Blood Test

The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is a group of 14 specific tests designed to provide an overview of the…

Healthy Male Checkup Blood Test

Purpose of Blood Test for Men The purpose of the men’s health test checkup is to determine the overall health…

Hemoglobin A1c Blood Test

The Hemoglobin A1c test is used in diabetics to show how well you’ve controlled your blood sugar during the…

Hepatic Function Panel 7 Blood Test

The Liver Function blood test is used to screen for liver damage and is used to help diagnose and…

Prostate-specific Antigen (PSA) Blood Test

This test is used to detect Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA). PSA is a protein produced only by the prostate…

Urinalysis, Urine Test

A urinalysis is a routine test that is used to check the urine pH, color, and appearance, as well…

Male Cancer Screening Blood Test

Our cancer panel for men is a screening test that measures any abnormal tumor markers you may have. Tumor markers…

Comprehensive Iron Profile Blood Test

The Comprehensive Iron Profile is used to measure the amount of iron in your body as well as your…

Female Cancer Screening Blood Test

Our cancer blood test for woman is a screening test that measures any abnormal tumor markers you may have….

Cancer is a widespread disease, affecting 1 in 3 Americans, according to the American Cancer Society. Cancer is also invasive — its malignant cells can sprout in tumors or blood and silently multiply, even spreading to other parts of the body. Even worse, some cancers don’t trigger symptoms until the later stages of the disease. At that point, the cancer can be much more difficult to treat, and the prognosis may not be as favorable.

Cancer blood tests are a reliable method for detecting abnormal cells in the body, so you can be proactive in getting any necessary cancer care. You can choose specific tests for several types of cancer or get standard tests to evaluate your risks.

The Role of Cancer Blood Tests

Blood tests for cancer are often ordered by physicians as a diagnostic measure. These tests may be recommended if you have symptoms associated with certain cancers. You may also get blood work to detect cancer if there is a family history of the disease

The thought of having cancer can be scary. Our cancer screening blood tests aim to replace the fear with empowerment, giving you the information you need to make wise health decisions. You don’t need to wait for a doctor’s appointment to get checked for cancer. Just order one of our cancer screening tests and have the blood work performed at one of our 4,000-plus partner labs across the country.

Types of Blood Work to Detect Cancer

Blood work for cancer can detect cancerous cells; for instance, leukemia labs could consist of a complete blood count to spot potential malignancies or other abnormalities. There are also blood tests for cancer markers, which are substances produced by tumors or other cells in response to cancer.

In addition to our leukemia test, we also offer:

There’s no need to search the internet for “cancer screenings near me.” You’re sure to find a simple and convenient location for your blood work when you order tests from Personalabs.

Who Should Get Tested for Cancer Markers?

Cancer can affect anyone, so you may choose to have screenings done each year as part of your annual health checkups. Cancer screening tests are advised if you have a family history of the disease or present symptoms that may indicate cancer. 

When to Do Cancer Screening Tests?

The American Cancer Society offers screening guidelines for common cancers, but earlier and more frequent testing may be recommended if you have a family history of cancer. You should also get tested if you have symptoms and want to rule out cancer. 

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Take control of your health. Learn more about our tests and how to find cancer screening near you.

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