Early detection is essential to successful cancer treatment. Consult your doctor right away if you are experiencing symptoms of bladder cancer, such as blood in your urine.

Depending on the situation, your doctor may use one or more diagnostic procedures and tests to check for bladder cancer. Possible procedures include cystoscopy, which involves inserting a tiny camera into the bladder, and various urine tests.

Cxbladder is a suite of non-invasive urine tests that help your doctor quickly confirm whether or not you have bladder cancerUsing this accurate system, your doctor can decide whether you need any other tests or what treatment you might need.

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Which Cxbladder Test Is Right for You?

You can use one of our Cxbladder tests to rule out bladder cancer, whether you're seeking answers for current symptoms or monitoring for recurrence after treatment. Cxbladder results provide you and your doctor with confidence, reassurance and peace of mind.

There are three tests in the overall family of Cxbladder tests: Triage, Detect and Monitor. Your doctor can recommend the Cxbladder test designed for patients of your risk-level and need.

Cxbladder Triage

If you have blood in your urine, you or your doctor may wish to rapidly rule out bladder cancer. Cxbladder Triage is designed to perform this job in patients with a low risk of bladder cancer, such as young people and non-smokers.

Cxbladder Triage provides accurate results and reassurance without the need for an invasive procedure like a cystoscopy. Your doctor may also recommend Cxbladder Triage before other urine-based tests.

Cxbladder Triage uses levels of certain biomarkers in a urine sample to calculate your probability of having bladder cancer with high accuracy. If you have this bladder test, the results will tell your doctor whether you need further testing for bladder cancer or if searching for other causes may be more productive.

Cxbladder Detect

If your doctor suspects you have bladder cancer, they may use Cxbladder Detect in combination with other tests to confirm your diagnosis. Cxbladder Detect can be used as an addition to cystoscopy or as a substitute for other urine-based or X-ray tests.

By detecting and quantifying signs of cancer at the molecular level, Cxbladder Detect outperforms other urine-based tests, making it an ideal choice for bladder cancer testing if you have significant symptoms.

The accurate and reliable test results Cxbladder provides can make a meaningful difference to your treatment, guiding your doctor's care recommendations.

Cxbladder Monitor

Survivors of bladder cancer have unique testing needs. It's important to monitor your condition, even years after treatment, to ensure you remain free of cancer cells. If you've had bladder cancer in the past, your doctor may use Cxbladder Monitorto rule out a return of bladder cancer.

Compared to invasive and often uncomfortable surveillance tests, Cxbladder can provide accurate results with a single urine sample. This pain-free test can reduce the need that you may have to undergo regular cystoscopy.

Cxbladder Monitor outperforms other urine-based tests.

Talk to Your Doctor About Cxbladder

If you're worried about bladder cancer, make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible. Getting a bladder cancer test can provide peace of mind and ensure you get the treatment that's right for you.

When you speak with your doctor, ask if Cxbladder could help you rule out bladder cancer and identify your symptoms. To learn more about our testing options, reach out to us today.

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