PRECISION MEDICINE MEANS ACTIONABLE INSIGHTS AND RANKED TARGETED DRUG TREATMENTS

CureMatch is the trusted partner oncologists — and their patients — need in order to meet the future of personalized medicine. By using advanced proprietary algorithms and analyzing a deep swath of genomic, historical, and personal data and treatment options in order to rank and score the most effective possible approaches, CureMatch is able to provide oncologists with clear, accessible, and predictive reports. This equips oncologists with actionable knowledge for each unique case, facilitating personalized treatments for a very personal illness.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

Your doctor takes a sample of your cancer/blood and sends it in for sequencing to find the mutations causing your cancer. The sequencing is performed by a 3rd party service provider.

Tissue/Liquid Biopsy Procedure

CureMatch uses its software platform to analyze your genetic information and compare it with our large database of information from medical experts, other patients, clinical trials, and published data.

CureMatch Database Analysis

Factoring in millions of drug combinations and cancer treatment results, CureMatch generates a report for your oncologist ranking the best Personalized Combination Therapy™ options for you.

We rank the best options for you

Your oncologist reviews your CureMatch Report and recommends a treatment plan. You and your oncologist begin cancer treatment using the latest targeted treatments available today.

You and Your Doctor Choose a Treatment

YOUR PERSONALIZED COMBINATION THERAPY ANALYSIS

It would take days for your oncologist to sort through the latest FDA approved drugs and decide what combinations of drugs could provide the best outcomes based on your genomic results. CureMatch provides a clear report layout of ranked combination drug therapies targeting your cancer at the genomic level regardless of the diagnosed ‘type’ of cancer. This report is designed to provide the concise actionable knowledge and insights your oncologist or care team needs to make the best decisions for your upcoming cancer drug treatment.