With 90% of colorectal cancers occurring after the age of 50, people over 50 should not ignore their bowels. Blood in the stool is a sign of colorectal problems, however, bleeding from the colon (large intestine) is not always visible to the naked eye. As such, health agencies recommend routine once-a-year stool tests for everyone over 50.
Although tests don’t prevent colorectal cancer, they can detect the disease early so patients can seek treatment before it spreads. This convenient Colorectal Cancer Test can be done at home. No stool sample is necessary. A specially treated paper is simply placed in the toilet bowl after a bowel movement. If there is blood in the stool, the color of the paper will change.
- Sealed pouch containing 25 test tissues
- Positive control packet
- 99% Accuracy
- No Diet Restrictions
- Results in 2 Minutes