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The immunological occult blood test PreventID® CC is a rapid test for self-testing for the qualitative detection of the valuable red blood pigment hemoglobin in stool as a marker for intestinal bleeding. The result can be read after 10 minutes.

Classic rapid tests
Professional medicals
Self tester
Stool sample

For rapid and safe colorectal cancer screening in the practice or at home

According to the WHO, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer worldwide, with approximately 1.9 million new cases in 2020. In Germany alone, about 61.000 people are diagnosed with colorectal cancer every year, of which almost 25.000 die each year. The majority of these deaths could be prevented with appropriate screening, because colorectal cancer detected at an early stage is almost always curable!

Your benefits

  • High reliability due to highest specificity
  • Your patients do not need to follow a diet before use
  • Patients can continue to take their usual medication
  • Test results are available after a few minutes


Please note that self-tests, like all diagnostic tests, are only part of a diagnosis and cannot replace a personal consultation with medical professionals. We recommend that you seek medical advice if you have any uncertainties, questions, and especially if the test result is positive.

Components PreventID CC
Short Instruction PreventID CC

Compared to colonoscopy

Relative sensitivity

75 %

Relative specificity

99 %

Detection limit

50 ng/ml


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