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Cancer is a disease characterized by the uncontrollable proliferation and growth of cells of the body. Rapidly replicating cells can form a tumor or neoplasm, an abnormal mass of tissues.

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Need for Extensive Cancer Research:

For many decades, cancer has imposed massive health and economic burdens worldwide. Despite several advances in modern medicine, the present era witnesses a rise in the human and economic toll to cancer disease. Extensive research on cancer tissue samples is essential for fostering the discovery of novel strategies to prevent, diagnose, treat, and cure cancer. Therefore, abundant knowledge of the biological process of cancer formation, onset, progression, and mechanism of metastasis is paramount for a breakthrough. Oncology human biorepositories play a pivotal role in oncology research by providing well-annotated, highly characterized, well-preserved cancer samples such as cancer tissue and blood-derived specimens to standardize cancer biology research. Furthermore, discovering a permanent cure for cancer entails a global collaborative effort of technological, therapeutic, epidemiological, and ethical research pioneers and scientists.

  • Benign tumors: These are noncancerous, insidious localized new growth causing less harm to the host. As it is a localized condition, surgical excision can remove benign tumors.

  • Malignant tumors: These are rapidly proliferating tumors that can spread to other body parts (metastasis) and may eventually cause host demise. Malignant tumors are commonly known as cancer.

An Insight to Cancer Biospecimens We Offer:

Central BioHub is a science-driven enterprise that expedites cancer translational research and precision human medicine by offering unprecedented access to a multitude of genetically diverse cancer tissue specimens. We are a group of dedicated young scientists who have devised a comprehensive strategy for improving the human biosamples acquisition process by bridging between certified international biospecimen suppliers and life science researchers worldwide. Our innovative online marketplace offers the most extensive inventory of oncology samples carefully collected from cancer patients of every age, gender, and ethnicity with full compliance. Every cancer research sample is hyper-annotated with detailed clinical information like diagnosis, concurrent illness, staging, and anticancer therapy undertaken and are available in two matrices:

  • Blood biospecimens: It includes serum and plasma samples collected from cancer patients in different stages; conscientiously measured for cancer-antigen 19-9 (CA 19-9), cancer-antigen 125 (CA 125), carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), and prostate-specific antigen (PSA). Every sample is preserved cryogenically at <-18°C at cancer sample biobanks with utmost precision.

  • Tumor tissue biospecimens: It include fresh frozen tissue samples, FFPE tissue block, and FFPE tumor tissue obtained from cancer patients through biopsy or surgical resection. The tumor tissue samples tested for genetic mutations like HER-2 receptor, estrogen receptor, and progesterone receptor are hyper-annotated with tissue characteristics and clinical information.

Central BioHub is a global leader and the world's largest provider of cancer samples for research and development. Discover the ease of advancing your research at Central BioHub, the leading cancer marketplace. Find and buy cancer samples with confidence. Explore a wide array of high-quality tumor samples to fuel your scientific discoveries. Each cancer human biospecimen is investigated systematically and handled professionally to guarantee research output fidelity. Central BioHub utilizes our pursuit of excellence to assure safe and fast international shipping. Contact us to find the most credible, premium quality oncology human biospecimens online.

Explore advanced search options to procure oncology biospecimens online, by clicking Clinical Diagnosis, ICD-10-CM Codes, and Laboratory Parameters.

Cancer is a complex disease condition characterised by rapid, uncontrolled cell multiplication or proliferation. It can start anywhere in the body and is often named after the site of occurrence. There are mainly two types of cancer: • Solid tumours: It includes benign and malignant tumours forming at any organ or tissue. Example: breast cancer, brain tumours, lung cancer, prostate cancer, stomach cancer, colorectal cancer • Hematologic cancer: It includes cancers of blood cells or blood-forming tissues like bone marrow. Example: leukaemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma.
Cancer is the rapid, uncontrollable growth and proliferation of cells mainly caused by genetic mutations causing them to behave differently. There are chances that the coming generation can also inherit these mutations. Often individuals who have a family history of cancer among the first degree of relationship has an increased chance of developing cancer in their lifetime. Therefore cancer can also be a genetic disease.
Oncology research always requires human specimens collected from persons of different ages, gender, ethnicity, and race. This enables the researcher to understand cancer biology, measure susceptibility, and determine cancer risk factors. Moreover, it allows the comparison of cancer-associated genetic variation across a diverse population.
Cancer samples are ethically collected from suspected or clinically confirmed cancer patients, ideal for oncology research. Central BioHub is an online marketplace offering a meticulous collection of clinically graded hyper-annotated, well-preserved blood specimens and tumour tissue specimens such as fresh frozen tissues and FFPE samples. Serum and plasma samples are critically examined for cancer antigens like CA19-9, CA 125, carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA), and prostate-specific antigen (PSA). Tumour tissues available are tested for genetic mutation studies like HER-2 receptor, oestrogens receptor, and progesterone receptor for comprehensive characterisation and classification of neoplasm.