‘Polyomics’ is a term that describes your cancer’s biological fingerprint.
Just as your physical fingerprint is made up of a unique combination of loops, arches and whorls, your biological fingerprint is made up of a unique combination of “omics” (genomic, proteomic, microbiomic and metabolomic) that represent different biological systems in your body.
Your polyomic biological fingerprint can impact how your cancer grows and how your body responds to treatment. Polyomic testing can help your oncologist find the best treatments for your cancer.
The holistic process of collecting, characterizing and using blood, tumour, stool, urine and saliva to tell us about the structure, function and activity of cells that influence your cancer environment, development and spread in your body.
Using DNA to discover how different genes cause the development of cancer.
Which proteins are contributing to cancer growth and spread.
How digestive system bacteria creates an environment that promotes cancer activity and may affect how well your treatment will work.
Studying the molecules that cellular processes leave behind that impact cancer behavior.