What do I do when the OncoK9 test result is Cancer Signal Detected and the subsequent clinical evaluation does not indicate the presence of cancer?

What do I do when the OncoK9 test result is Cancer Signal Detected and the subsequent clinical evaluation does not indicate the presence of cancer?

If the clinical evaluation does not result in a cancer diagnosis, this could mean that the selected confirmatory tests did not identify the cancer, or that the test result was a false positive. Advanced or confirmatory diagnostics, such as ultrasound, CT, or tissue sampling of any masses or enlarged lymph nodes, if not already performed, are advised. Further evaluation and/or monitoring of this patient should be considered. A retest with OncoK9 may be offered; we encourage clinicians in this situation to contact our team for support and to discuss eligibility.