Anyone familiar with the ONCOblot blood test?


Observing cool stuff
Aug 8, 2012
I have been reading about it here:

How sensitive is this blood test?

The ONCOblot® Test has been shown to detect cancer as early as Stage 0. The limit of detection is an estimated 2 million cells (2 mm or less tumor mass, roughly the size of a pinhead) compared to several billion cells for a positive mammogram.

Has anyone had the test, or know of someone that may have had this?

Any information would be appreciated. :)


New member
Jul 18, 2008
Out of sight
Ralph Moss, the well known cancer researcher, thinks it could well be a good find. Dr Morres the inventor has done a lot of research on the ECTO-NOX protein, which is what the test measures. In the article a formula for treating this protein called CAPSOL-T comprising green tea extract and red peppers is claimed to help

There is no single most effective remedy for cancer, as the number of possible permutations of cancer is almost limitless. This is the rationale for personalized treatment. However, what I am most excited about now is the work of D. James Morré, PhD and Dorothy Morré, PhD, of Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. James Morré was founding director of the Purdue Cancer Center. He has published 400 PubMed-indexed scientific articles. He and his wife discovered (among other things) the role of ENOX2 proteins in allowing the enlargement of cancer cells. Unless a cell enlarges to normal size it self-destructs within 3 to 4 days in a process called “programmed cell death” or apoptosis. This knowledge has resulted in a remarkable test for 25 kinds of cancer called ONCOblot.

The Morrés also discovered a variety of agents, natural and synthetic, that will block the action of ENOX2. The most important of these is a combination of green tea extract and red pepper called CAPSOL-T. In a clinical trial, it was found that 94% of those who were positive for ENOX2 became negative after 4 months of this treatment. These are huge claims and require extensive scientific testing at many institutions, not just Purdue. But I see no flaws in the Morrés research or reasoning process.
There is also a review by Ralph Moss of a book by Dr Morres on the ENOX2 protein.