Cxbladder is a family of non-invasive, urine-based laboratory tests that quickly and accurately detect and diagnose bladder cancer*.

cxbladder family of products

  • Cxbladder Triage

    A sensitive urine-based laboratory test that rules out bladder cancer at an early stage. Cxbladder Triage is a rapid and reliable way to give you peace of mind.

    When to use the test?

    Cxbladder Triage is designed to help rule out the presence of bladder cancer at an early stage. It is particular appropriate for low-risk patients with hematuria.

    Who should use the test?

    Patients or clinicians looking to rule out bladder cancer or urothelial carcinoma (UC) when hematuria is present.

    How does the test work?

    Cxbladder Triage combines known bladder cancer risk factors with measured biomarker genes (in your urine) to help rule out the presence of bladder cancer.

    What will the test result tell me?

    Cxbladder Triage provides your doctor with a simple, clear result – indicating a low probability of bladder cancer, or if a standard clinical workup for bladder cancer is required. A Cxbladder Triage test result accurately identifies when bladder cancer is NOT likely to be present.

    What is needed for the test?

    A single urine sample, as well as some clinical information.

    How soon is the test result available?

    Within seven working days.

  • Cxbladder Detect

    A clinically proven urine-based laboratory test for identifying the probability of bladder cancer. Cxbladder Detect provides reliable results that can make a meaningful difference to your treatment.

    When to use the test?

    Cxbladder Detect assesses your probability of having bladder cancer. It gives your doctor reliable results that can make a meaningful difference in your diagnosis.

    Who should use the test?

    Doctors and specialists use this test to help diagnose bladder cancer, along with other tests and procedures within a urological evaluation.

    How does the test work?

    Cxbladder Detect measures the presence of five biomarker genes in your urine that are usually at elevated levels when bladder cancer is present.

    What will the test result tell me?

    Cxbladder Detect delivers your doctor a score for gene expression that indicates the probability of the presence of bladder cancer. A Cxbladder Detect test result accurately detects when bladder cancer IS MORE LIKELY to be present.

    What is needed for the test?

    A single urine sample.

    How soon is the test result available?

    Within seven working days.

  • Cxbladder Monitor

    An accurate and highly sensitive test to find the probability of disease recurrence. Cxbladder provides you with a non-invasive way of monitoring your disease. Use of Cxbladder Monitor may reduce the need for regular cystoscopies in some patients.

    When to use the test?

    Cxbladder Monitor is a laboratory test that has been developed specifically for patients undergoing surveillance for recurrence of urothelial carcinoma (UC).

    Who should use the test?

    Doctors and specialists use this to assess patients for recurrent bladder cancer or UC.

    How does the test work?

    Cxbladder Monitor combines clinical information about previous bladder cancer or UC with measured biomarker genes to help assess the probability that your cancer has recurred.

    What will the test result tell me?

    Cxbladder Monitor provides your doctor with a simple, clear result – indicating a low probability of recurrent bladder cancer. A Cxbladder Monitor test result accurately identifies when recurrent bladder cancer is NOT likely to be present.

    What is needed for the test?

    A single urine sample, as well as clinical information about previous bladder cancer or UC.

    How soon is the test result available?

    Within seven working days.

  • References

    * Here, bladder cancer refers to transitional cell or urothelial carcinoma, which accounts for more than 90% of all bladder cancers.

  • Talk to your doctor

    Talk to your doctor

    Are you alarmed about blood in your urine? Worried about bladder cancer? Here are some questions you can ask your doctor.

    Get the questions here
  • bladdercancer.me

    bladdercancer.me

    An online community where people affected by bladder cancer can share experiences and support each other in a safe, secure environment.

    Join the community today
  • Get Cxbladder

    Get Cxbladder

    Contact us by phone or email, or fill out an online form and a Cxbladder representative will get back to you.

    Complete an information request form today