Testing Tools

Live Blood Cell Audit

In Live Blood Cell Auditing, a single drop of blood tells a metabolic story. Using a powerful microscope and a video recording attachment, the doctor or nurse takes a drop of blood from the patient’s fingertip for review.

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Dry Layer Oxidative Stress Audit

A drop of blood is placed on a glass slide in a series of layers and allowed to dry. It is then positioned under a microscope and conveyed to a computer monitor for evaluation.

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RGCC

RGCC- Can provide not only a “circulating tumor cell count” which is important to know AND to monitor your progress, but also, it provides information on what chemo drugs are most effective at killing

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Ivy Gene

This test is considered to be a “liquid biopsy test”. Currently is it used to determine cancer caused gene expression changes in breast, liver, lung and colon cancers with 20 other different cancers to be approved in the future.

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Nagalase

Cells become cancerous when they stop using oxygen to make energy and use an oxygen free fermentation process for fuel instead. At the same time, the nagalase enzyme is released at a proportional amount to “drug” the macrophage portion of the immune system.

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ALCAT

When you eat foods that you are sensitive to, your body becomes inflamed. Inflammation is considered to be at the root of all chronic illness as well as many respiratory, neurologic, skin and digestive issues.

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Medical Infrared Thermal Imaging

Thermography is a non-contact, non-invasive procedure which captures and records temperature variations on the skin by an FDA approved camera.

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Oligo Scan

The Oligo Scan is another valuable, noninvasive test we use at the Natural Healing Center.

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Neurotransmitters

Whether you are suffering from anxiety, fatigue, poor sleep, ADD/ADHD, addiction or dependence, depression, loss of appetite control and cravings or low libido and sexual dysfunction, a neurotransmitter test may be right for you.

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Hormones

Using saliva, stool or urine, testing can be provided that will determine imbalances in bone health/healing, cycling female hormones (including menopause/peri-menopausal issues), male hormones and gastrointestinal health.

CBC

or complete blood count, a metabolic panel, to determine organ function limitations, and a G6PD which is used to determine candidacy for intravenous vitamin C therapy may also be needed to properly direct your treatment.

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BioPhotonic Scanner

Using a BioPhotonic scanner, the level of carotenoids in the body can be determined, giving an immediate, noninvasive look at your ability to combat free radical damage and chronic inflammation.

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AMAS

This stands for Anti-Malignan Antibody in Serum, which is a “well-defined antigen whose levels rise early in the course of the cancer disease process. In some cases, the AMAS test has been positive (elevated) early, 1 to 19 months before clinical detection.”

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HCG

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin test: A highly accurate urine test that measures a hormone that increases in pregnant women and people with cancer- both growing “something other than themselves” inside them.

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