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Tumor Marker COMBO Screening Package (Female)

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Comprehensive Medical Check-up Package
Pre-conception and Gynaecological Examination
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Tumor and Genetic Testing
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Service Description

Tumor Marker is a protein produced by normal cells or benign and malignant tumour cells in the body. With the presence of malignant tumor, concentration of protein in blood or urine would abnormally increase. Thus, cancer tumor marker screening is expected to lead diagnosed patients in accessing prompt treatment as to improve survival rate.

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Terms and Conditions: 
1. The above item is only applicable for members of EC Healthcare aged 18 or above. 
2. The item can only be used once per individual; it cannot be exchanged for cash and other forms of goods and services.
3. Valid identification documents must be presented for registration prior to the treatment.
4. Customers should be aware of and agree to the treatment and its contents before receiving the treatment.
5. The Company reserves the right to withdraw, change, add or alter these terms and conditions without prior notice. 
6. In case of dispute, the decision of EC Healthcare shall be final.

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FAQ

Why is it crucial to have regular medical check-ups? How often should I have a health screening?

It is recommended that adults aged 18 or above should undergo a regular health screening every year to detect potential health disorders or hidden illnesses. High risk groups and elderly should have their physical examinations every six months as it can be difficult to diagnose diseases in the early stages. Behavioural risk factors such as smoking, alcohol consumption, lack of sleep and exercise are also attributed to poor health, a comprehensive health screening can be conducted to acquire a full understanding of your physical condition. Individuals who have family history with serious illnesses like cancer or heart disease, should undergo appropriate health checks according to their needs.
 


What are the common health concerns and screening items for men?

Common health concerns in men include heart disease, colorectal cancer, lung cancer, nasopharyngeal cancer, prostate cancer and testicular cancer. Physical examinations for men generally include: routine blood test, test for blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels, hepatitis test, electrocardiogram, chest and abdominal X-ray, faecal occult blood test, tumor markers for pancreatic, nasopharyngeal and prostate cancer, sonography, thyroid function screening, etc. These tests could help to assess top health risks for men, in particular colon cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, coronary heart disease, liver cirrhosis. Consider STD screening, fertility hormone and sexual health screening such as HPV DNA, syphilis spirochetes, HIV antibodies and antigens and testosterone if required, for a better preparation for marriage and childbirth.



What is the typical cost of a medical check-up plan?


re:HEALTH offers a variety of packages for medical check-up. Our standard health check-up package starts from $980, depending on your physical condition and needs. Please leave your name and contact number for enquiries about the check-up fees via WhatsApp. Our customer service team would advise you on the most suitable screening plan for you within a business day.
 


How long does it take to make an appointment?

Please make your appointment at least 1 working day in advance. Call (852) 2156 5857 or leave your name and contact number via WhatsApp (852) 6324 5948. We will respond within a business day. Depending on packages, some tests will not require you to fast beforehand, for example, it is not needed for HOTMAN System non-invasive cardiovascular examination, thereby test can be scheduled in the afternoon.
 


Is there anything in particular I should prepare for?

You need to be fasted for eight hours before your blood glucose test, i.e. no food intake in the morning before your examination. Only small portion of water intake is allowed.

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