OneTest™ Standard and OneTest™ Premium were developed to assess an individual’s risk of being identified as having cancer within 12 months of the test. While cancer can occur in individuals of any age, it occurs more frequently in older people. As such, the test is generally of greater value in individuals 50 years of age and older, however for those expected to be at higher risk of cancer at an earlier age, due to environmental or occupational exposures to cancer causing agents or family history of cancer, the tests can be applied at a younger age. The test development population included individuals as young as 18 years old and therefore OneTest™ is available to persons in the US who are at least 18 years of age. Customers must obtain a test authorization from a licensed medical provider and obtain a blood specimen. OneTest™ is not recommended for persons with symptoms of cancer, those who are currently in treatment for cancer or those who are concerned about disease recurrence. These individuals will generally benefit from more intensive screening tests rather than risk prediction.
OneTest™ Standard and OneTest™ Premium are blood tests that analyzes a number of blood-based protein biomarkers to assess a composite cancer risk. OneTest™ Standard uses a panel of 5 (male) or 6 (female) cancer biomarkers and categorizes aggregated risk for more than 20 different cancer types. OneTest™ Premium uses an expanded biomarker panel of 11 cancer and inflammatory biomarkers to assess cancer-specific risk for eight of the most common cancer types (6 in males and 7 in females).
OneTest™ Standard and OneTest™ Premium use cutting-edge artificial intelligence and real-world data to dramatically enhance test sensitivity and early detection. Our tests go further than a simple genetic test, and offer clinical biomarker data that can be used by your health professional to determine your cancer risk and inform next steps for early detection. OneTest™ Standard and OneTest™ Premium are built around panels of clinically established protein antigens, that the measure of which are proven to be highly correlated with many common cancers. By utilizing OneTest™ Standard or OneTest™ Premium, you can experience enhanced peace of mind and proactively manage your cancer risks.
Common Cancers: Breast, Lung, Kidney, Prostate, Pancreas, Ovarian, Cervical, Liver, Colon, Stomach, Esophageal
Less Common Cancers: Brain, Bladder, Head & Neck, Thyroid, Leukemia, Lymphoma, Uterus, Gallbladder, Intrahepatic Bile Ducts, Parotid (Salivary), Liposarcoma, Nasal Neuroendocrine, Retroperitoneum, Skin, Testicle
Colon, Liver, Lung, Pancreas, Stomach, Prostate (males), Breast (Females), and Ovary (Females)
OneTest™ Standard is designed to predict the risk of being diagnosed with cancer within 12 months. We assessed its performance using data from 27,816 individuals, where 220 were diagnosed with cancer in the following year, resulting in a 0.8% incidence rate.
Mildly elevated risk category: Considering both mildly and moderately elevated risk categories, the test achieves a 73.2% sensitivity but has a higher 29.1% false positive rate. In our cohort, 4,826 out of 27,596 individuals without cancer were mistakenly identified, while 161 of the 220 individuals who developed cancer were correctly identified. The overall accuracy in both categories is 80.8%.
Moderately elevated risk category: If we focus on moderately elevated risk, the test has a 1.6% false positive rate and a 23.2% sensitivity. This means that, among 27,596 individuals who didn’t develop cancer, 449 were mistakenly identified, while 51 of the 220 individuals who did develop cancer were correctly identified. Overall accuracy in this category is 97.8%.
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OneTest™ Premium is carefully developed to predict the risk of being identified with eight specific cancer types within the next 12 months, utilizing case-control studies with over 2000 individual subjects. Here are the performances for individual cancers:
No. OneTest™ does not replace other recommended screening tests such as colonoscopy, mammogram, pap smears, low dose computed tomography, etc. These tests should continue to be utilized per standard medical guidance. While a “Low” risk categorization by OneTest™ is a promising indicator that you may be cancer free, OneTest™ can miss as many as 26.8% of cancers and therefore is intended as an adjunct to these and other cancer screening modalities. These other screening tests look for cancer in other ways which are complimentary to the approach used by OneTest™.
OneTest™ Standard and OneTest™ Premium can only predict cancer risk for a 12 month period subsequent to testing and therefore are most effective when used on a yearly basis. While our current tests can only give you a snapshot of your current risk, your first test will also provide a baseline of your cancer biomarker values. Annual testing may help identify significant changes in cancer biomarkers which may be due to a developing tumor. Baseline biomarker values, together with recent changes in those values and factors such as age, family cancer history, and environment/occupational exposures may be considered when determining a personalized plan for testing frequency.
OneTest™ Standard and OneTest™ Premium are protein biomarker-based multi-cancer early detection (MCED) tests that predict an individual’s risk for being identified as having cancer in the subsequent 12-month period. Some other MCED tests utilize ctDNA and/or use methylated cfDNA signature patterns to detect cancer and to identify cancer type.
OneTest™ Standard and OneTest™ Premium:
OneTest™ Standard assesses your risk of being diagnosed with over 20 cancers within the next 12 months by measuring 5 or 6 tumor markers for males and females, respectively. OneTest™ Premium not only includes the results from OneTest™ Standard but also provides an in-depth analysis of the risks for the 6 most common cancers for males and 7 for females. This is achieved by adding an additional 6 markers for males and 5 for females.