Colon cancer self screening test
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Colon cancer self screening test.

Let us stop COLON CANCER on its track being Proactive.Please do this simple test at home.

Just trying to help anyone over 50 years old to be proactive.

Overview of Colon cancer screening test
Stool Blood Test is the most advanced home test available to detect hidden blood in the stool, one of the primary early warning signals of many health problems caused by bleeding ulcers, hemorrhoids, polyps, colitis, diverticulitis, fissures or cancer of the colon.

Self screening test is a simple and sanitary home test requiring no stool handling. The user simply drops a test tissue into the toilet bowl, and if blood is present, a blue-green color will appear within two minutes. The test detects small quantities  blood in the stool.

Physicians, hospitals, pharmacies, and even the American Cancer Society utilize the test.

This test proves to be positive and you may require a Doctor’s visit, however, results should be recorded with your doctor for future reference or the record should kept by the patient for future reference.

Blood in the stool -- which is usually hidden and unseen by the naked eye -- is one of the early warning signs of colon cancer and other gastrointestinal disorders. Colon cancer is 80% to 90% curable, if detected and treated in its early stages. Caught late, it is devastating.

Tests for the unseen blood, which could indicate bowel problems needing immediate medical attention. If hidden blood is detected, a medical check-up is strongly recommended.


According to the National Cancer Institute, common signs and symptoms of colon cancer include:

1.A change in bowl habits

2.Diarrhea, constipation or feeling that the bowel does not empty completely

3.Blood in the stool

4.Stools that are narrower than usual

5.General abdominal discomfort (frequent gas pains, bloating, fullness, and/or cramps)

6.Weight loss with no known reason

7.Constant tiredness


Colon Cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death -- second only to lung cancer. Contrary to popular belief that colon cancer is “a man’s disease”, it is an equal opportunity killer -- women are just as likely as men to develop colon cancer. American Cancer Society statistics indicate there are over 156,00 new cases of colon cancer in the United States each year. About 60,000 individuals die from this disease each year. The risk of colon cancer increases after the age of 40. Individuals with a family history of bowel problems are at a higher risk.

$10/pack of 3 tests.
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CFM Services Inc
3165 Venard Road
Downers Grove, IL 60515

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