We go beyond standard oncology.
Based on immunologic and genetic parameters, we modify combinations of FDA-approved therapies that have been shown to be effective in treating your type of cancer and recommend targeted treatments based on your personal profile and your specific cancer.
This is precision medicine, and it is our expertise.
Understanding the distinct characteristics of your cancer and your immune system allows us to create a treatment plan customized to you.
Our specialists determine chemotherapies that are most effective at attacking your cancer, while minimizing damage to healthy cells.
Localized radiation may be used to slow isolated tumor growth and stimulate immunity to fight cancer cells elsewhere in the body.
The genomics and cells of your immune system are analyzed to specify therapies that will amplify your body’s immune response to your cancer.
Many cancers are treated with surgery to remove or debulk tumors. This can often improve the effectiveness of other treatments.
Your ImmunoGenetics treatment plan is easy to obtain and can be done remotely.
To begin, fill out our contact form below.
A patient coordinator will contact you to guide you through our process and answer any questions you may have.
Our experts will create their initial treatment recommendations for you based on your medical records and the information you provide during the intake. This ImmunoGenetics Treatment Evaluation, plus a conversation with one of our experts, is included in the base fee.
If your situation warrants further investigation, you may choose to have your genetic and immunological profile analyzed, as well as the genomic profile of your cancer.
These additional tests are available for a fee through our network of associates, each of whom are at the cutting edge of their areas of treatment and research.
Evaluation of your personal immunological profile
By counting the number of various immune cells in the peripheral blood, our doctors are able to determine the effectiveness of treatment. Changes in the number of immune cells are often a good indicator of prognosis.
Evaluation of your personal genetic profile
Each person inherits a unique set of cell-surface proteins, called HLAs, that the immune system uses to identify normal versus foreign cells. We analyze the gene combinations that code for these HLA proteins to determine if your immune system is effectively identifying and attacking your cancer.
Genomic analysis of your cancer cells
Just as you have your own personal genetics, so does your cancer. We look at over 300 genomic mutations and biomarkers in the context of your specific case to select and sequence treatment strategies.
We then generate your ImmunoGenetics Custom Treatment Plan.
Our specialists will review the results of any of the above tests, plus the information submitted in the initial intake, and will create a comprehensive report that includes treatment recommendations customized to you and your cancer.
Once you have reviewed your personalized treatment plan, you may contact us with any questions about the information provided. You can then take your plan to the physician of your choice, anywhere in the world.
Hear how getting a Custom Treatment Plan changed these patients’ lives
When a tumor in her armpit was found to be HER2-positive breast cancer, Gemma was told she had only weeks to live. The strategies outlined in her ImmunoGenetics custom treatment plan have prolonged Gemma’s survival well beyond that timeline, and have given her hope.
In 2015, Charley was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Instead of giving him a survival timeline, R Michael Williams MD PhD’s aim was to give Charley as much time as possible by using targeted chemotherapies and immunotherapy.
“If you know everything there is to know about your specific cancer, you have a better shot of changing the situation and increasing survival.”
– R.Michael Williams MD PhD
Make the right decision regarding your treatment.
To start your custom treatment plan, please fill out the form below. A patient coordinator will get back to you within one business day.