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    Bladder cancer is highly treatable if diagnosed at any early stage.
    If you're concerned about blood in urine or any other symptom,
    we recommend you consider Cxbladder.

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Detecting bladder cancer early helps patients receive the care they need before their condition becomes serious. As a result, it's essential to consult a medical professional if you notice any symptoms of bladder cancer, such as blood in the urine (haematuria).

Unfortunately, many of the tests used to diagnose and detect bladder cancer involve invasive and expensive procedures. Many patients with haematuria or previous bladder cancer undergo these tests frequently.

For some patients, however, non-invasive testing options may prove just as effective. Cxbladder is one bladder test that can provide accurate results and improve the quality of life for people monitoring bladder cancer and seeking peace of mind.

What Is Cxbladder?

Cxbladder is a cutting-edge genomic urine test that quickly and accurately detects or rules out bladder cancer. The test combines clinical risk factor markers with genetic information, measuring five biomarker genes to detect the presence or absence of bladder cancer.

With a single urine sample, Cxbladder can provide peace of mind and positive treatment direction for patients, caregivers and doctors. For up to 60 percent of patients with haematuria, Cxbladder test results may help to rule out the need for uncomfortable, and ultimately unnecessary invasive testing procedures, such as cystoscopy. 

Who Can Use Cxbladder?

We offer three different Cxbladder tests to serve a wide range of patients, including patients with haematuria, patients with suspected bladder cancer, and those monitoring bladder cancer for recurrence.

Cxbladder Triage is our test designed to help physicians rule out the presence of bladder cancer in low-risk patients with haematuria.

If your doctor suspects bladder cancer, they can use Cxbladder Detect in combination with other tests and procedures to inform your diagnosis. Cxbladder Detect can be used as an adjunct to cystoscopy or as a substitute for other urine-based tests or imaging procedures.

Finally, doctors and cancer specialists can use Cxbladder Monitor to assess patients with a history of bladder cancer for disease recurrence. This cancer test can reduce the number of invasive procedures required, allowing Cxbladder Monitor to significantly improve quality of life for people in recovery.
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Proven Performance

Multiple head-to-head trials demonstrate Cxbladder’s superior performance versus other urine-based tests in accurately ruling out and detecting bladder cancer.

With proven performance in over 20 peer-reviewed publications for primary detection, surveillance, and the resolution of atypical cytology and inconclusive cystoscopy; Cxbladder provides reliable results that will help your doctor make informed diagnosis and management decisions with you.

How Can You Learn More About Our Tests?

Whether you're a physician deciding how to best help your patients, or a patient worried about having bladder cancer yourself, we know choosing a reliable test can feel daunting. At Cxbladder, we aim to provide all the information you need to make a confident decision.

On our website, you'll find resources tailored to the unique needs of physicians and their patients. Whether you're looking for information on bladder cancer signs and symptoms or bladder cancer detection, we can help.

You can read more about our full suite of bladder cancer test products or reach out to a Cxbladder representative to request more information today. 

Talk to Your Doctor About Cxbladder

At Cxbladder, we know test accuracy and quality of life matter most to patients who think they may have bladder cancer. Luckily, non-invasive diagnostic laboratory tests like Cxbladder may be able to accurately rule out bladder cancer without the expense or discomfort of an invasive procedure.

With Cxbladder, you can find peace of mind and feel confident in the treatment decisions you make with your doctor.

If you're experiencing any symptoms of bladder cancer, such as blood in your urine, you should seek medical advice from your doctor as soon as possible. When you begin to discuss the diagnosis or monitoring process, talk to your doctor about using Cxbladder.
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Last Updated: 23 Nov 2023 12:14 pm