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Get Screened

How Do You Get Tested with Epi proColon®?

Your blood test can be ordered by your doctor during your routine office visit. Your blood can be drawn at their office or a blood collection center. You do not have to change your diet or medicine before getting your blood drawn.

What Do You Need To Do?

  1. Make an appointment with your doctor to discuss colorectal cancer screening. If you both decide this test is right for you, your doctor will write a lab order for the test.
  2. Get your blood drawn. It might take a few days for the laboratory to send your test result to your healthcare provider.
  3. Talk with your doctor about your test result.

If your test result is positive, your doctor will recommend a colonoscopy. If your test result is negative, discuss your future screening plan with your doctor .

Is Epi proColon Right for You?

You should talk with your doctor about which screening test is right for you.

Epi proColon might be an option for you if:

  • You are age 50 or older
  • You are considered average-risk for getting colorectal cancer
  • You decline other recommended screening tests after talking with your healthcare provider

To find out if a blood test for colorectal cancer screening is right for you, download our doctor discussion guide.

Doctor Discussion Guide