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HOW PERSONALIZED ONCOLOGY ADVOCACY HELPED A MOTHER OF THREE NAVIGATE HER RECURRENCE OF CERVICAL CANCER AND COLON CANCER DIAGNOSIS

How Personalized Oncology Advocacy Helped a Mother of Three Navigate Her Recurrence of Cervical Cancer and Colon Cancer Diagnosis

A woman in her 40’s from California with 3 children, entered into an agreement with N1X10 Personalized Oncology Advocacy services when she was found to have a recurrence of cervical cancer. 

She was seeking information on both curative treatment and preventive care. After receiving a new diagnosis of synchronous colon cancer, her clinical team broadened their research to include the best treatment options for this new disease, and formulated a surveillance plan including:

  1. Treatment information on the suppression of the HPV infection likely causing her cervical cancer. 
  2. Information on Invitae genetic testing to determine underlying mutations on gene variants ATM and WRN, that could have been drivers of cancer growth. 
  3. Review of genetic test results which were deemed to be of “uncertain significance”, reassuring her that no underlying genetic predisposing factors for her cancers and no genetic risks to her family members were present.  
  4. Full clinical and emotional support throughout the diagnostic and treatment phases, including review of her health status, discussing treatment options, preparing her for discussions with the specialists prior to these appointments, as well as meeting with her after she spoke to her oncologists and surgeon to review their plans and confirm we all agreed it was the best course of action.  

The N1X10 technology platform allowed for efficient and expedient identification of discrepancies and missing information within her medical records, enabling the N1X10 clinical team to obtain a holistic and comprehensive view of her condition throughout the engagement.

Read N1X10 testimonials from clients and concierge doctors athttps://n1x10.com/testimonials/

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