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A Clinical Research for Colorectal Cancer Screening Might Benefit You!

When the cells that lining the colon or the rectum become abnormal and proliferate out of control, Colorectal Cancer develops. It is critical to get frequent Colorectal Cancer Screenings since symptoms typically do not present until the cancer has progressed.

Revive Research Institute is conducting a Colorectal Cancer Screening Study so that we could help you keep a check on your overall health.

You may qualify for our Colorectal Cancer Screening Study if you: 

  • Are 45 to 84 years of age
  • Are willing to undergo Colonoscopy
  • Can comply with all the study procedures

*This Clinical Research Trial is free of charge to you and your private medical insurance. You will be monetarily compensated for your time and travel. Furthermore, all participants get free study-related therapy from doctors and healthcare professionals.
*If you are interested in participating in the Colorectal Cancer Screening Clinical Trials or would like more information, please fill out the form so we can determine if you qualify for the study and contact you. Please keep in mind that this is a completely voluntary decision. You have the right to withdraw from the research at any time if you change your mind.

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About the Colorectal Cancer Screening Study

This is a Screening Study to see if a simple blood test can detect Colorectal Cancer or other diseases.

The main goal of the study is to screen people who are at a potential risk for Colorectal Cancer and are scheduled to have a Colonoscopy Screening Test.
The blood samples will be collected in multiple tubes.

These results will then be compared to your Colonoscopy results. Neither you or your doctor will be notified about the results because the impact of this test on your health is still being researched. Our site staff will contact you twice after this test.

Colorectal Cancer is the third most common cancer in men and women across the USA. The Screening Test looks for certain DNA molecules that are released into the bloodstream from Colorectal or any other cancer in people who are at an average risk of developing Colorectal Cancer.

This study might find more ways to detect Colorectal Cancer which can help you and countless others in the future.

Get Started: What to Expect?

Participants who are interested in volunteering for the Colorectal Cancer Screening research study are invited to fill the form above. After filling the form and sending your details to us, someone from our research staff will call you within 24 hours. They might ask you personal questions about your health and medications history.

If you’re intending to have a Colonoscopy Screening Test, this study might be for you. We are trying to compare the results of the Colonoscopy with the results of a blood test that may help in the detection of Colorectal Cancer. The Colonoscopy is being done as part of your regular healthcare and is not being done specifically for the study.

There are a total of 2 visits for this study. If you qualify and decide to participate, you will receive study-related care free-of-cost. You will also receive a travel allowance and stipend for every visit completed to the site. No insurance is required to participate in the Colorectal Cancer Screening research study.

Duration of the Study:

2 years

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About Colorectal Cancer & Its Screening

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Colon Cancer is a form of cancer that starts in the large intestine and spreads throughout the body, especially colon which is the last part of the gastrointestinal tract.

Colon Cancer is more common in older adults, although it can strike anybody at any age. It generally starts as tiny polyps which are non-cancerous lesions inside the colon, but sometimes it can be transformed into tumors.


In its early stages, many people do not show any symptoms. Following are some of the signs and symptoms associated with Colorectal Cancer.

  • A change in your bowel habits, such as diarrhea or constipation.
  • Blood in stool.
  • Consistent stomach pain.
  • Weakness or exhaustion.
  • Weight loss that isn’t explained.

Associated Risks Factor:

  • Getting older. Colon Cancer can strike anybody at any age, however the majority of those diagnosed are over 50.
  • Colon cancer runs in the family. If someone has a family history of Colon Cancer, they’re more than likely to have it.
  • An inactive lifestyle. People with a more sedentary lifestyle are more prone to acquiring Colon Cancer.
  • Smoking. Smokers may be at a higher risk of developing Colon Cancer.
  • Alcohol. Colon Cancer is more likely to develop if you consume a lot of alcohol.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the prevalence of Colorectal Cancer?

Colorectal Cancer is the third most frequent cancer in the United States and the second major cause of cancer mortality.

What are the options for diagnosing Colorectal Cancer through Colorectal Cancer Screening?

Screening tests are the most effective approach to locate and remove polyps before they turn dangerous, or to detect cancer early on when therapy is most successful. Colorectal cancer screenings can save lives.

What causes Colorectal Cancer and how can you prevent it?

Colorectal Cancer’s specific origin is unclear, however it appears to be caused by both genetic and lifestyle factors.

What is Colorectal Cancer Screening?

Regular Colorectal Cancer Screening, to test for polyps that later on becomes cancerous can help us prevent colorectal cancer from being a reality. The screening usually includes multiple tests such as Colonoscopy, CT Colonography, Stool DNA Test,  Sigmoidoscopy and many other new screening tests.

How long does a Colonoscopy take?

A Colonoscopy is a screening test in which the doctor would insert a light, flexible tube into the patient’s rectum, while they are under sedation. The tube would have a camera that allows the doctor to look through the colon for any polyps or tumors. The procedure usually takes between 20 to 50 minutes.

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Southfield, MI

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