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Colorectal Cancer At-Home Test

If you’re over the age of 45, you should get screened for colorectal cancer (CRC). A colonoscopy, an office procedure that uses a camera attached to a probe to see the colon, is one of the more common methods for screening. It also requires a person to undergo an extensive bowel cleanout preparation with laxatives.

While a colonoscopy is one option, there are simpler and more affordable alternatives to consider.

Pixel by LabCorpTM offers a fecal immunochemical test (FIT) kit which allows you to screen for CRC at home—giving the peace of mind you want without the special preparation or office visit you might prefer to skip.

This FIT screens for CRC by detecting the presence of hidden blood in the stool. Each test kit comes with everything you need to collect your sample safely and cleanly from the comfort of home, including step-by-step instructions, specially designed capture paper, and a sample-collection wand. 

Note: FIT should be repeated at least once a year when used as a screening tool for colorectal cancer screening.


No special preparation.

* Pixel by LabCorp offers laboratory tests with at-home collection for general wellness monitoring. Our test results provide personalized information and are meant only for wellness purposes. They are not intended to diagnose or treat any disease or medical condition and are not a substitute for professional medical advice or clinically-guided treatment. We always recommend seeking the advice of a physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you have regarding interpretation of your laboratory test results, a medical condition, or other health related issues. You should not make changes in treatment plans without first talking to your health care provider, including changes in medicine, diet, or exercise regimens. Pixel by LabCorp does not have a doctor-patient relationship with you, nor does it have access to a complete medical history or physical examination conducted by a physician that would be necessary for a complete diagnosis and comprehensive treatment plan. Neither you nor your physician should rely solely on this guidance.