Scientific Breakthrough That Tells IF You Have Cancer and WHERE

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Blog | Oct, 06 2014

Scientific Breakthrough That Tells IF You Have Cancer and WHERE

The Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Month does very little for TRUE prevention of Breast Cancer. There is little to no education about taking responsibility for one’s health. The only form of “early detection” that they offer are mammograms, which have been proven to be just as effective as a self-breast exam. By the time a lump is seen on a mammogram it has been there for 5-8 years! 

How would you like to have a simple blood test that determines the presence of cancer in your body and has a 99.3% accuracy when it is smaller than the size of a pin head? Plus, the test will tell you the organ site of the cancer and will be 96% correct. This discovery should be front page news and featured on the evening news. Think of the millions of lives this could potentially save! 
The ONCOblot test is blood test for cancer that is based on 20 years of research by Drs. Dorothy and James Morre. They are bio-chemists, researchers and nutritionists and have been awarded Outstanding Performance and Achievement in Research by Perdue University.
How does ONCOblot work?
It is based on the discovery of a cancer-specific universal cancer marker called ENOX2, which is a growth-related protein that appears on the surface of the cell and is then released into the bloodoncoblot stream. ENOX2 is found only in uncontrolled and malignant cells.
If the ENOX2 protein is found, the ONCOblot can then identify 27 different types of cancer as well as the organ of origin. These results give patients time and ability to have very targeted treatments.
The ONCOblot test is so sensitive that it detects as few as 2 million cancer cells which is equivalent to 0.8mm or .03 inch, which is size of the period mark at the end of this sentence.
How to inhibit ENOX2 protein:
An interesting study was conducted with 110 subjects, which showed no evidence of cancer but 40% of them had a positive ENOX2 marker. They were instructed to use the product Capsol –T for 3 to 17 months. After that period of time, 94% of them subsequently tested negative for ENOX2 in their blood.
Capsol –T is a decaffeinated green tea concentrate with a mild grade chili pepper (capsicum powder) that is equivalent to drinking 16 cups of green tea alone. The combination of the 2 products creates a synergy that makes the EGCG in the green tea over 100 times more potent compared to green tea alone.
capsol tIf you really want to be proactive with prevention, this will determine IF you are developing cancer. If you have been diagnosed in the past and have been told that you are in “remission”, this screening tool will tell you the truth about any recurrence in the body, before it may be out of control.

The ONCOblot® Test is based on more than 20 years of basic research, is CLIA Certified and CAP Accredited and has a 510(k) submission to the FDA in progress.

• Available since January 2013
• CLIA Certified and CAP Accredited
• Meets FDA guidelines as a Laboratory‐Developed Test
• Investigational Device Exemption determined by FDA
• 510(K) submission to the FDA in progress
• Currently seeking coverage from Medicare and insurance companies

Instead of waiting until you have a bump or a lump, you can be very proactive in reversing the cancer and improving your health. You can easily order the ONCOblot test through the Obcoblot lab. The kit will be delivered to you and you simply have any lab draw the blood and return the sample back to the ONCOblot lab. Results are available within in 4 weeks.
Practice TRUE prevention by taking responsibility for your health and by making informed decisions.
“Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, better known as Dr. V, is the founder of The 7 Essentials System ™, a step-by-step guide that teaches you exactly how to prevent and heal Breast Cancer Naturally. To get your F.R.E.E. 7 day mini e-course, and to receive her weekly action steps and inspiring articles on the power of Natural Medicine, visit https://breastcancerconqueror.com/.”

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14 thoughts on “Scientific Breakthrough That Tells IF You Have Cancer and WHERE

  1. I had this test through another provider and it came back positive for breast cancer. Unfortunately after mammogram ultrasound and an MRI no one could find anything so I spent $1000 for what?? To sit and worry?

    1. If you are referring to the Oncoblot test, then you must take it seriously since it detects cancer BEFORE it can be seen with the tests that traditional medicine use. This is a very sensitive test, and if it were me, I would proceed with healing options to reverse the presence of the ENOX 2 protein.

      1. I took the oncoblat test and will meet with my doctor next week for results. If positive I hope to take healing steps to reverse disease, I hope the healing will be greater than the worry? I would like to hear from anyone who has had the test, bob wehrwein in brighton mi

    2. I also took the Oncoblot (Enox2) test in 2016 and the results came back positive for breast cancer. After that I had a mammogram, thermography, MRI, C.E.A and CA 15-3 exams and they all came back normal. My best friend’s mother also took the test in 2016 and her results came back positive for breast cancer. She also had an MRI, mammogram, etc. and the results were all normal. This makes me wonder about the accuracy of the test.

      1. The 40% figure in the article made me tilt my head as well. However, since 1 in 8 women will likely develop breast cancer in her lifetime, it’s entirely possible you and your BF’s mother had a true positive test. Fortunately, you have the opportunity to change lifestyle habits to slow it progression AND you have the ability to be even more diligent with screenings over the next few years. DCIS clears often by itself and it more prevalent that people know– it’s likely the oncoblot hasn’t been approved for screening because it cannot differentiate between cancers that grow and cancers our body will naturally clear (?). I’m on the fence about the tests value– but considering a mammogram by itself lacks accuracy any tools to help in early detection are welcomed. So far, the best method of detecting BC would be a full field 3-d mammogram, with CAD, coupled with a full field ultrasound. Try getting insurance companies on board to cover those costs….. 🙁

    3. I took the Oncoblot (Enox2) test in 2016 and the results came back positive for breast cancer. After that I had a mammogram, thermography, MRI, C.E.A and CA 15-3 exams and they all came back normal. My best friend’s mother also took the test in 2016 and her results came back positive for breast cancer. She also had an MRI, mammogram, etc. and the results were all normal. This makes me wonder about the accuracy of the test.

  2. It will likely be a significant challenge for the current cancer establishment to accept this test. It beings too much light (for their comfort levels) to the bodies’ natural defenses against cancer and the strong role of diet and lifestyle in carcinogenesis – and many people just don’t want to hear it. If the currently-modeled treatments aren’t employed, people throw up their hands and declare nothing can be done.

  3. I also took an Oncoblot test in 2015 that came back positive for Breast Cancer. I have since had multiple mammograms and breast ultrasounds that have all come back negative. I was referred to an oncologist who had me tested every 6 months for two years with all negative results.

    The Functional Dr who had me take the original Oncoblot test really wants me to be re-tested, but I have been reluctant. Seeing these posts makes me even more reluctant.

  4. Sometimes there can be a minute cancer that may not show up until years later (or not at all in a person’s lifetime). A test that detects such a pinpoint of cancer can cause all kinds of needless worry. A person is probably better off having the routine examinations (yearly physical) that are recommended for everyone or seeing a doctor if something different is noticed by self examination. Finding a “needle in a haystack” surgery can do more damage physically, mentally, and financially to a person. Better off not to take such a test in the first place. My opinion only.

    1. Peace of mind is healing, as well.
      The routine examinations are a joke — my opinion only. You basically see the “doctor” for a total of 15-20 minutes if lucky. Most of the time you are being seen by techs and nurses. None found MY melanoma after routine exams. I even asked about the black thing on my arm and was told “keep an eye on it.” what?

      My suggestion is BE YOUR OWN ADVOCATE! If you feel a test of this nature can be helpful, which I found it was — so be it.

      There certainly isn’t a shortage of docs willing to put patients thru fine needle aspirations, invasive colonoscopies – which those cameras are LOADED with previous patient “matter” that can be the cause of HEP-C among others and many, many CAT scans…why not this?

  5. I think if you have had breast cancer, why take this test. Just take all Dr. V’s recommendations for diet and supplementation and heal your body. Really if you do this, and you get the test and it is positive, what would you be doing different

    1. Thank you for your thoughts Mary! Some women definitely agree with you, while others feel that they will feel more comfortable with having a test done to verify their diagnosis. The important thing is that there are options regardless of what you would prefer!

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