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ColoHealth is a simple blood test to screen for colorectal cancer. The test is non-invasive and requires no prep. The test costs $199.  If you have avoided other screening options such as colonoscopy or stool tests, ColoHealth may be right for you. ColoHealth is indicated for those age 50 and older and at average risk for colorectal cancer. Follow the steps below to pay for your test and schedule your blood draw today. The cost of the test is $199*.

*$199 is the full cost of the test and blood draw appointment. New Day does not currently file insurance claims and not all insurance companies reimburse for this test.

ColoHeath Patient Registration

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Please answer the following questions to determine your eligibility for the ColoHealth™ Test.

Are you 50 years of age or older?(Required)
Have you avoided colorectal cancer (CRC) screening after discussing it with your doctor?(Required)
Have any of your close relatives (parent, sibling, child) been diagnosed with CRC, precancerous polyps or hereditary colorectal cancer syndromes such as familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) or Lynch syndrome?(Required)
Do you have a history of CRC, polyps, inflammatory bowel disease, or hereditary CRC syndromes?(Required)
Are you having any of the following symptoms: A change in bowel habits including diarrhea, constipation, or narrowing of stool that persists over a couple of days. Constant changing in bowel habits – e.g., feeling like there is bowel movement that is not relieved by passing stool. Rectal bleeding with visible red blood. Blood in the stool, which can change the appearance of stool to look dark brown or black. Abdominal cramping or pain. Weakness and fatigue. Inexplicable weight loss.(Required)
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