The test result will either be positive or negative, depending on whether it is able to show the detected circulating tumour DNA from the previous tumour in your blood. The result will be sent to you and to your doctor for your request.
Interpretation of results and making further decisions is the competence of your doctor.
It is important to emphasize that even the most reliable test cannot be perfect!
Despite the highest level of professional knowledge, a negative outcome can change over time.
A negative Signatera result does not guarantee that tumour DNA was not detected in your blood, nor that it will never be detected in the future. Therefore, we recommend the Signatera test for periodic use over the course of your cancer care- as in agreement with your doctor,- to detect any tumour DNA that may appear over time.