What is it?
How does genome sequencing work?
- Should you be diagnosed with cancer, a biopsy is taken of your tumor. Tumor tissue and blood are isolated and extracted and your DNA is sequenced in TGen’s laboratories.
- Using highly sophisticated equipment, the sequenced genetic profile is scanned for abnormalities that dictate the tumor functions.
- The abnormalities are analyzed to determine whether they match known mutations that may have responded to particular therapies and may uncover a potential treatment option not previously considered.
- If there’s a match, doctors may be able to use the findings to suggest specific treatments that have been used in the past to target the same mutations.
Who is TGen?
3 Things to Know
GTL’s Precision Care™ will not only pay for access to TGen’s genomic sequencing services, but both you and your doctor will have access to one-on-one consultations with TGen oncology experts to help make sense of your sequencing results and treatment recommendations.
GTL’s Precision Care™ Cancer Insurance policy provides Policyholders with a choice of lump sum benefits up to $75,000 to help pay for other medical and non-medical expenses.
TGen looks at 19,000 genes vs average of 400 genes for competitors.
What can the lump sum benefit help pay?
- Genomic Testing Services
- One-on-one Consultations with TGen Physicians
- Medical Co-Payments and Deductibles
- Pay for Experimental Treatments and Surgeries
- Supplement Lost Income
- Travel Expenses to Medical Facilities
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