MyProstateScore 2.0

No cancer or care plan is the same. Every patient is unique. Their risk level is just as individual.

Knowing that datapoint is the key for improving their prostate cancer screening and diagnosis.

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The Clear, Accurate Insight You Need

Healthcare providers deserve an easy and accurate risk screening test to provide improved insights and decision making. Men need to know their risk of clinically significant prostate cancer based on their specific genetic history and individualized clinical needs.

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A Solution for Providers

You want to provide the least invasive, best care for your patient at the right time in their healthcare journey. The foundation of MPS2, novel gene fusion T2:ERG, is present in most men with prostate cancer and is the most specific prostate cancer biomarker.

Combined with 17 other prostate cancer genetic transcripts, MPS2 offers a precision medicine solution for men who are considered to have an increased risk for prostate cancer, revealing his individualized risk score with market leading accuracy and stratified insights.

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A Solution for Patients

Early detection makes the difference for you and your family. A simple 30-second urine test can provide you an individualized risk score for clinically significant prostate cancer based on your genes.

The personalized score gives you and your doctor clear and accurate insights to discuss and decide on next steps that are best for you.


Most men with an elevated PSA
will have a prostate biopsy negative
for clinically significant cancer.

An elevated Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) can be concerning. But PSA can be elevated for many reasons aside from cancer. PSA testing is inconclusive and can leave unanswered questions.

Less than 25% of men with an elevated PSA will have clinically significant prostate cancer.

That means more than 75% of men with an elevated PSA will have a negative biopsy and may require a different path of care based on their personalized risk level.

Why Does a Personalized Risk Score Matter?

Each patient is unique. Precision medicine is the key to providing the best care at the right time.

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Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men in the United States.

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Elevated PSA identifies men at higher risk, but PSA is often elevated for other reasons. Only 25% of men with an elevated PSA will have cancer.

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Elevated results often create unneeded worry and typically lead to further invasive tests like biopsies, which bring their own risk.

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Different populations and individuals have specific genetic histories that influence necessary clinical decisions. Without knowing this individualized insight, care decisions are generic versus personalized to each patient.

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Personalized clinical data enables a physician and patient to determine together if a biopsy or further tests are necessary.

How Does MPS2 Risk Assessment Work?

30 seconds can make a difference. Enhancing the accuracy of prostate cancer screening and care decisions is as simple as a non-invasive, post-DRE urine test. Improve your experience by bringing clarity to a generic and inconclusive process. You deserve the next generation in prostate cancer risk assessment.

Step 1
Identify an elevated PSA level.
Step 2
Collect a post-DRE urine sample.
Step 3
Send us the sample for analysis.
Step 4
Let our MPS2 algorithm analyze the sample for 18 biomarkers linked to clinically significant prostate cancer.
Step 5
Receive clear, insightful personalized risk score results with market-leading accuracy.
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Interested in how MPS2 can inform decisions about your patient’s best treatment path with market-leading accuracy and stratified insights?

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Curious how an individualized risk score offers you and your doctor clear and accurate insights to discuss and decide on next steps that are best for you?