Digital bowel health test
The benefits of self-testing for bowel cancer
measure is a bowel cancer self testing kit that is simple and comfortable to use in the privacy of your own home.
The measure test is fast, hygienic and discreet and it works by detecting blood in stool samples – providing accurate results which gives you a greater understanding of how your own body is working.
Bowel cancer is one of the easiest cancers to treat when caught early. It is getting more common at younger ages, with around one in six bowel cancer cases diagnosed before the age of 60.
Screening is only offered to people aged 60 or over in England and Wales.
Deborah (Chief Executive of Bowel & Cancer Research) appeared live on Sky News Sunrise to talk about the importance of detecting bowel cancer early.
The 𝘮𝘦asure Bowel Health test kit can be used to test for invisible signs of bowel problems, including cancer.
𝘮𝘦asure Bowel Health supports Bowel & Cancer Research with every sale.
Measure bowel health supports Bowel & Cancer Research with every sale.Last week, Deborah (chief executive of Bowel & Cancer Research) was live on Sky News Sunrise to talk about the importance of testing.The 𝘮𝘦asure Bowel Health test kit can be used to test for invisible signs of bowel problems, including cancer, from a young age. #coloncancer #bowelcancer
Posted by 𝘮𝘦asure Bowel Health on Monday, 3 December 2018
measure bowel health is the first in a line of home tests that we are developing for gastrointestinal health. As well as new digital health diagnostics, the company is working other advanced medical technologies.
Bowel & Cancer Research support people who live with bowel conditions and educate the public about what it’s like to live with a chronic bowel condition.
They are a leading authority in research across all bowel disease. Their research process is quality assured by their membership of the Association of Medical Research Charities, the national membership organisation for leading medical research charities.
Like us, Bowel & Cancer Research looks forward to a day when no one will die of bowel cancer or have to live with chronic bowel disease.