Home Test Kits

HealthyTokyo offers five home test kits to help with the diagnosis of medical conditions. Easy to use in the convenience of your own home. Choose from two tumor marker kits created specifically to address those diseases prevalent in men or women, a cancer risk test for early detection, the H. Pylori test to find the presence of bacteria in the gut and an HIV test kit.

Cancer Risk Early Detection
Home Test Kit

Cancer markers (CEA and p53) designed for early detection of various cancers in both men and women.

Men’s Cancer Risk
Home Test Kit

Cancer markers designed for the detection of cancers prevalent in men.

Women’s Cancer Risk
Home Test Kit

Cancer markers designed for the detection of cancers prevalent in women.

H. Pylori Home Test Kit

Test designed to determine the presence of H. Pylori bacteria, a suspected culprit in GI cancers.

HIV Home Test Kit

Test designed to determine presence of HIV.

¥6,000 ¥3,000

HIV Home Test Kits Special Price in Support AIDS Awareness Month

Cancer Risk Early Detection Home Test Kit

This is a screening test to help with the relatively early detection of cancer. This test combines two different cancer markers

1) p53 Antibody
This measures p53 antibodies which are generated by your body against the modification of the gene that suppresses cancer growth. It often detects cancer in the esophagus, colon, uterus, breast and other areas. Unlike most cancer tests, it has the unique feature to detect relatively early stages of cancer. It has little overlap with other cancer markers, thus making it useful in combination with other cancer tests.

2) CEA
This tumor marker is widely used for detecting digestive cancers such as colorectal, stomach, pancreatic and bile duct cancers. Liver, lung, stomach and breast and some other cancers can also be indicated by the CEA tumor marker.

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Eat Healthy in Japan Organic Matcha

Cancer Risk Early Detection Home Test Kit

This is a screening test to help with the relatively early detection of cancer. This test combines two different cancer markers

1) p53 Antibody
This measures p53 antibodies which are generated by your body against the modification of the gene that suppresses cancer growth. It often detects cancer in the esophagus, colon, uterus, breast and other areas. Unlike most cancer tests, it has the unique feature to detect relatively early stages of cancer. It has little overlap with other cancer markers, thus making it useful in combination with other cancer tests.

2) CEA
This tumor marker is widely used for detecting digestive cancers such as colorectal, stomach, pancreatic and bile duct cancers. Liver, lung, stomach and breast and some other cancers can also be indicated by the CEA tumor marker.

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Men’s Cancer Risk Home Test Kit

This is a screening test that uses tumor markers to identify the likelihood of cancers common to men. Tumor markers identify the substances that are rarely produced by normal cells and specifically produce by tumor cells or the substances present with tumor cells.

This test combines three different cancer markers

1) PSA
Elevated levels of PSA may indicate the presence of prostate cancer.

2) AFP
Elevated levels of AFP may indicate HCC (Hepatocellular Carcinoma) and other types of liver cancers, as well as some other AFP producing tumors. Increases in AFP can also be seen with benign liver diseases such as acute hepatitis, chronic hepatitis and hepatic cirrhosis.

3) CEA
This tumor marker is widely used for detecting digestive cancers such as colorectal, stomach, pancreatic and bile duct cancers. Liver, lung, stomach and breast and some other cancers can also be indicated by the CEA tumor marker.

Women’s Cancer Risk Home Test Kit

This is a screening test that uses tumor markers to identify the likelihood of cancers common to women..Tumor markers identify the substances that are rarely produced by normal cells and specifically produce by tumor cells or the substances produced due to the presence of tumor cells.

This test combines three different cancer markers

1) CA125
Elevated levels of CA125 may indicate ovarian or uterine cancer, endometriosis, liver or bile duct cancers.

2) CA19-9
Elevated levels of CA19-9 may indicate possible diseases including pancreatic, gall bladder, ovary, uterine, and lung cancers. It can also increase due to benign diseases of the liver, gall bladder or pancreas, and benign gynecological diseases such as endometriosis or ovarian cysts.

3) CEA
This tumor marker is widely used for detecting digestive cancers such as colorectal, stomach, pancreatic and bile duct cancers. Liver, lung, stomach and breast and some other cancers can also be indicated by the CEA tumor marker.

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Eat Healthy in Japan Organic Matcha

Women’s Cancer Risk Home Test Kit

This is a screening test that uses tumor markers to identify the likelihood of cancers common to women..Tumor markers identify the substances that are rarely produced by normal cells and specifically produce by tumor cells or the substances produced due to the presence of tumor cells.

This test combines three different cancer markers

1) CA125
Elevated levels of CA125 may indicate ovarian or uterine cancer, endometriosis, liver or bile duct cancers.

2) CA19-9
Elevated levels of CA19-9 may indicate possible diseases including pancreatic, gall bladder, ovary, uterine, and lung cancers. It can also increase due to benign diseases of the liver, gall bladder or pancreas, and benign gynecological diseases such as endometriosis or ovarian cysts.

3) CEA
This tumor marker is widely used for detecting digestive cancers such as colorectal, stomach, pancreatic and bile duct cancers. Liver, lung, stomach and breast and some other cancers can also be indicated by the CEA tumor marker.

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H. Pylori Home Test Kit

This kit tests for the presence of Helicobacter pylori (H. Pylori) which is a type of bacteria that lives in the stomach. It is often found in the stomach of patients who have stomach ulcers, duodenal ulcers or gastritis and is considered as its causal bacteria. It is also found at high rates in the stomach of patients who have stomach cancer, so it is considered to have high relevancy with stomach cancer.

HIV Home Test Kit

This test kit is to check and screen for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection, which causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). It measures HIV antibodies that are generated in the body from an HIV infection.

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Eat Healthy in Japan Natural Organic Food

HIV Home Test Kit

This test kit is to check and screen for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection, which causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). It measures HIV antibodies that are generated in the body from an HIV infection.

FAQ

What do I do if the test results are negative?

Although your test results may indicate a lower risk of disease or bacteria present, these results are not definitive. If you are not feeling well or are at all uncomfortable with the results, please visit a qualified medical facility for a comprehensive diagnosis and consultation.

What do I do if the test results are positive?

Please visit a qualified medical facility as soon as possible for a comprehensive diagnosis and consultation.

What is a false positive result?

A false positive result means that the test results indicate the presence of cancer, benign disease or bacteria when in fact there is no cancer, benign disease or bacteria. This can occur on some occasions. If you are at all uncomfortable with the result, please consult with a doctor.

What is a false negative result?

A false negative result means that the test results indicate the there is no cancer, benign disease or bacteria when in fact there is cancer, benign disease or bacteria. This can occur on some occasions. If you are at all uncomfortable with the result, please consult with a doctor.

Are these test kits 100% accurate?

The home test kits above are useful to help detect the possible presence of cancers and other benign diseases. They are not definitive tests. There are some reported cases where a) cancer and other diseases are not detected by these tests, but actually do exist (false negative result) and b) cancer and other benign diseases do not exist, but the test results indicate the presence of such diseases (false positive). If you have any concerns, it is necessary to consult a qualified doctor. Only a doctor with the use of various tests can make a comprehensive diagnosis and assessment.

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