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VolitionRx Finds Simple Blood Test Detects 85% of Colorectal Cancers and Over 50% of Polyps
Date:12/2/2013

y studies show compliance rates of between 30-60%[i] for faecal blood tests, likely due to the uncomfortable nature of the test.  Meanwhile, a US study found that less than 40%[ii] of people who were offered a colonoscopy screening actually attended.

Encouragingly, uptake of diagnostic blood tests is much higher, with one study showing annual prostate cancer screening compliance at higher than 80%[iii]. When VolitionRx's NuQ blood test is made publically available, higher uptake could be very likely. Additionally, if the research team continue to identify at least 50% of polyps this could also have vast implications for diagnosing earlier-stage colorectal cancers.

Professor Hans Jorgen Nielsen, Professor of Surgical Oncology at Hvidovre Hospital in Denmark, recently expanded his prospective study evaluating VolitionRx's NuQ panel as a colorectal cancer screening tool. He comments, "The 85% detection rate seen in this latest research is on par with rates achieved by faecal occult blood tests. If we could improve screening compliance by offering the public a simple, less intrusive test that is just as accurate, we could detect even more colorectal cancer cases in the earlier stages and survival rates could drastically improve."

This test has the potential to become a global first choice diagnostic tool, replacing faecal occult blood tests and preventing unnecessary colonoscopies around the world. The company hopes to apply for CE mark early next year and FDA approval roughly a year later.

Colorectal cancer is the third most prevalent cancer and fourth most common cause of cancer death worldwide.

About VolitionRx

VolitionRx is a life sciences company focused on developing blood-based diagnostic tests for different types of cancer. The tests are based on the science of Nucleosomics which is the practice of identifying and measuring nu
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