It’s called a fecal immunochemical test (FIT). With FIT, there is no prepping, no anesthesia, no poking or prodding. All you have to do is take a stool sample at home and send it to a lab. The lab then detects traces of blood in the stool that would indicate a tumor or polyp.
How accurate is FIT? Research shows that it’s 94% accurate at ruling out colon cancer. That means you can use this simple in-home test instead of having a colonoscopy and put your colon cancer worries to rest. Ask your doctor about it at your next checkup.
Source: Bottom Line Health Special Issue 2017
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