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ScreenCancer scores exclusive deal for Quest's InSure FIT

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

Norwegian cancer screening services provider ScreenCancer is to be the exclusive European distributor of InSure FIT, a "take-at-home" colorectal cancer screening test developed by Quest Diagnostics' subsidiary Enterix. The two-year deal will see Sandnes-based ScreenCancer offer the test to its customers in 24 European countries, including France, Germany and the UK. The InSure FIT (faecal immunochemical test) will be added to the panel of cancer screening products offered by ScreenCancer to privately-insured patients. The InSure FIT is designed for easy sample collection, which, in turn, will help increase patient compliance and enable early intervention. Unlike other FITs or faecal occult blood tests which require patients collect solid stool samples, the InSure FIT features a long-handled brush which is used to brush the surface of the stool. Only two samples are required for the InSure FIT and patients do not have to change their diets or medications during sample collection.

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