You should get a REColonTM test if you
• Are aged 45 or above
• Experience diarrhea, constipation, hematochezia or abdominal pain frequently
• Experience weight loss, anemia or fatigue of unknown reason
• Have family history of any cancer
REColonTM finds CRC risks by defining miR-92a level. The final diagnostic result shall be concluded by clinician based on miR-92a level and other clinical diagnostic results.
The test result is revealed on the same day of testing. Individuals who test positive with REColonTM should confirm their results with colonoscopies and the final diagnostic results shall be concluded by clinicians.Individuals who test negative with REColonTMjust need to repeat REColonTM routinely.