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CATCHING IT EARLY

ASPECT LIQUID BIOPSY

NON-INVASIVE | PAIN-FREE | INNOVATIVE

The word aspect is defined by a unique view or perspective. Through Aspect Liquid Biopsy, we can offer an unprecedented view of the genetic signatures of cancer relapse, allowing your Oncologist to catch it early and make the most effective treatment decisions.

Australian Clinical Labs is the first national private laboratory in Australia to introduce the innovation of Aspect Liquid Biopsy.

Aspect Liquid Biopsy allows your Oncologist to monitor and catch the signs of cancer relapse from a simple blood test, aiding the most effective treatment and avoiding invasive procedures. Aspect uses the latest technology to detect the recurrence of cancer for colorectal and lung cancer patients.

Unlike traditional biopsies which can be invasive, painful and require recovery time, Aspect is non-invasive and drawn from a simple blood test. Aspect is pain-free, saving time and money, and requires no need to undergo a hospital procedure.

View this short video to see how it works:

WHY IS LIQUID BIOPSY SO IMPORTANT?

Aspect Liquid Biopsy can replace the traditional solid tissue biopsy for colorectal and lung cancer patients. While traditional biopsies are still required in some cases, Aspect can improve patient outcomes and increases survival rates by detecting cancer recurrence earlier than the current conventional methods, such as imaging, invasive techniques and blood tumour markers. Earlier detection can support better treatment decisions.

REVOLUTIONARY CANCER RELAPSE DETECTION IN A SIMPLE BLOOD TEST

Australian Clinical Labs is proud to assist clinicians and help patients using advanced technology and a Personalised Medicine approach. To discover if Aspect Liquid Biopsy is right for you, please contact your oncologist.

Aspect Liquid Biopsy

  • Earlier detection of relapses for colorectal
    and lung cancer patients
  • Non-invasive
  • Pain-free
  • Reliable, timely results
  • No need to undergo a hospital procedure