Saving lives with early detection and personalized care.
Precision Diagnostics = Early Detection
Screenings help find cancers early, before they spread.
Genetics can identify your inherited risks of cancer and heart disease.
Cellular analysis can find markers of disease in the body.
Full-body imaging scans can detect warning signs of cancers and disease.
Together, these insights paint a clear and detailed picture of your health, enabling you and your doctor to make informed decisions about disease risk, prevention, and treatment.
Early detection matters
May prevent 30-50% of cancers
when combined with healthy lifestyle choices1
of patients misdiagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease
Saves 30% of patients
who would otherwise die upon presentation of cardiovascular disease
of prostate biopsies4
99% 5-year survival rate2
(versus 26% late/metastic3)
Identifies 50% more women
at high risk of breast cancer
Eliminates 50% over- treatment
of prostate cancer (focal versus radical)
4x higher 5-year survival rate
when cancer is caught early, compared to those diagnosed in later stages4
2 Biomarkers and MRI for early PCa detection, https://pubmed.ncbi.nim.nih.gov/32897802
3 JAMA Netw Open. 2021;4(8):e2119568. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.19568
HALO Precision DiagnosticsTM Paint a Picture of Your Overall Health
Our whole body MRI scan provides imaging from head to toe to help identify cancers, inflammation, and possible masses to give you an overview of your current health condition. This non-invasive procedure results in a snapshot of the entire body and can help detect early cancers and neurodegenerative diseases.
Digital pathology improves cancer diagnosis quality and productivity through high-resolution digital images. Digitization enables faster turnaround times, easier collaboration and better application of artificial intelligence algorithms.
Disease Marker Analysis
Proteomic testing allows us to investigate target proteins to discover biomarkers with potential effects on the increased risk of disease. This information provides real-time insights into your current health status and future risk of conditions and disease.
Polygenic Risk Score (PRS) helps identify patients at high genetic risk for disease, allowing for data-driven decisions to inform more effective prevention strategies. Hereditary testing helps identify specific inherited genes and mutations that may affect increased risks of developing cancers and diseases.
This coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) imaging coupled with an AI-enabled, digital care pathway helps precisely identify and define atherosclerosis earlier. This information helps provide personalized, life-saving treatment plans for patients by analyzing, characterizing, and quantifying types of plaque to more accurately determine a patient’s risk of heart attack.
Physician review and discussion of results, including personalized recommendations on actions you can take to improve your health.
All tests are performed under one roof at a HALO Precision Diagnostic Center.
Our Personalized Approach for Better Health
We start with saliva and urine tests to find markers for disease and personal risk factors. Those results inform what types of screenings and labs are needed.
All tests are done in one location to simplify the process, reduce time, and provide the answers you and your physician need to protect your health and wellbeing.
A Comprehensive Custom Course
Additional testing and screening are tailored to personal risk factors
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