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Colon Cancer Screening Test (FIT)

Fecal immunochemical test

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Easy & non-invasive screening that looks for hidden blood in the stool, which can be a sign of cancerous or precancerous growths in the colon or rectum. If blood is found in your sample, further follow up will be required.

What type of test is this?
  • Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT)

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Collection Methods

Stool Sample

How it works

Please note that this test is only suitable for those aged 45 and above at an average risk of colorectal cancer

FSA & HSA cards accepted.

Over 10% of new colorectal cancer cases are in people under 50

Source: Screening for Colorectal Cancer: US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement. JAMA. 2021;325(19):1965-1977. doi:10.1001/jama.2021.6238

10% under 50 diagnosed with colon cancer

How it works

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Easy sample collection

Collect your sample from the privacy of home and return using the prepaid shipping label

How to collect your sample
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Review results

Your easy to understand results will be available through your online dashboard in ~2-5 days

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Get medical support

Additional 1-1 support from our clinical team may be provided to discuss your results

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How does a FIT test compare to a colonoscopy?

These tests are very different in nature, but both play a vital role. A FIT test is a non-invasive stool analysis that looks for blood. It is an important step in screening for colorectal cancer and can be done from the privacy of your home.

A colonoscopy is carried out by a specialist physician and involves inserting a camera into your rectum and colon. During this test, the doctor can find and remove most polyps and some cancers. They can also take samples, called biopsies, which are then sent to a lab for further testing.

30% of eligible adults are not up to date with their screenings

We know that, with busy lifestyles, making time for appointments can become a chore. That's why we created a screening test that's easy to do from home so that you can keep your health your top priority without sacrificing your schedule.

Source: Richardson LC, King JB, Thomas CC, Richards TB, Dowling NF, Coleman King S. Adults Who Have Never Been Screened for Colorectal Cancer, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2012 and 2020. Prev Chronic Dis 2022;19:220001

Woman reading test results on phoneWoman reading test results on phone

A team you can trust

Meet your dedicated, at-home clinical team. Our team of 30+ experts is here to help guide you on your health journey.

Dr. Rob Mordkin

Dr. Robert Mordkin

Chief Medical Officer

Kristin O'Connor

Kristin O'Connor

Nurse Manager

Jennifer Patykiewicz

Jennifer Reichert

Clinical Pharmacist

Rick Aguayo

Rick Aguayo

Nurse Practitioner

Tiffany Liles

Tiffany Liles

Nurse Practitioner

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