Why go beyond the standard of care?

The field of precision medicine is quickly evolving. Let us help connect you to personalized research for your clinical benefit and differentiate your practice as being on the forefront of creating cancer treatment options for your patients. We partner with you to make tissue banking an easy option to consider in your care plan helping your patients not only feel more optimistic about treatment, but allowing you more positive opportunities for you to present during the treatment process.


Currently, only three percent of patients are placed in clinical trials. While the individual patient may benefit from participation, the ultimate purpose of that clinical trial is to create new treatment options for the patient of the future. We hope individualizing clinical trial participation and returning information back to the patient will help shift research to focus more on the patients of today. This will also allow the 85 percent of patients being treated in their local community access to leading-edge solutions that transcend geographic boundaries and can be delivered locally with the patient’s clinical care team.

How does tumor banking benefit my patient?

By creating….


Including organoid creation, access to clinical trials, genetic sequencing, individualized vaccine, tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs) and chemo-sensitivity testing.

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When time matters most, patients want to be able to be close to family and friends.  Sending the tumor off instead of the patient can allow result-directed implementation of a treatment regimen and clinical recommendations administered in the patient’s local environment.

Quality of

Chemosenitivity testing, organiod testing, and other precision medicine treatment options can help quickly pinpoint a treatment regimen right for your patient without unnecessary side effects and trial and error.


Currently pharmaceutical companies can have a drug FDA approved for the marketplace if they can prove it extends life by 6-9 weeks.  We are here to help you look for home runs for your patients not just base hits.