VB hi and welcome back in this forum.
If you have read www.oncogenetic.com, you'll see that this lab provides exactly the same test with RGCC, same methods, same kits, same everything. However, in an older discussion about this issue, you were very negative:
"I was a reseller for RGCC's initial genomic chemosensitivity tests which included alternative substances. From our experience, the test is WORTHLESS.. A substance behaves totally different in a human body than in a dish.. We had examples where a patient's test showed no sensitivity to Poly-mva, but it ended up having significant efficacy, and when the test showed sensitivity to C-statin, Curcumin, Artesunate and salvestrol all which did nothing for the patient.. Petri dishes lack hundreds of factors that exist within a complex organism.. "
I wonder if you have changed your mind about these tests.
My sister has done 3 test at RGCC (last one a month ago) and my experience is very positive. They have checked for us a lot more substances, including DCA, which was found very effective. DCA results were very interesting and I would like to write more about it later.
In last 4 moths, Maria has done two regional chemotherapies (stop-flow) and one hyperthermic regional chemotherapy (43 C for 45 minutes) for lung metastases. In these therapies we have used only chemos found most effective by RGCC test.
Response was very good so far. Tumor shrinkage was impressive even after one treatment (from 23mm to 15mm). Also, Maria’s health has improved dramatically and is not anaemic any more (HB constantly 12.5 to 13.5). In two weeks, she will get a new CT and will see how effective last hyperthermic regional chemotherapy was. But we are optimistic. The best thing is that there were no side effects from these treatments.
I have to say that am not related with RGCC and have no any benefits promoting their business. We’ve been charged 1100 euros for each test. But I really appreciate their test and I recommend it to anyone who can afford it. Especially for people doing chemotherapy, I think this type of test is a must.