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The HM-JACKarc system provides automated, rapid and consistent, high throughput Faecal Immunochemical Testing. See how it’s combination of innovative sampling device, assay technology and easy-to use platform ensure sensitive and
Faecal Immunochemical Testing – Past, Present and Future At the ACB UKMedLab22 Scientific Meeting, held at the Royal College of Pathologists in London in November 2022, Judith Strachan was presented
On Thursday 2nd December 2021, at the Annual MediWales conference in Cardiff, Alpha Laboratories was declared the winner of the Partnership with NHS Award, sponsored by the Life Science Hub.
The HM-JACKarc FIT system employs an innovative sample collection device that is easy for patients to use and delivers a measured, stabilised sample for the laboratory, ready for direct loading
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many challenges for clinicians and supporting services that have driven the need to manage patients differently. With current changes in the availability of endoscopy and
Your guide to the FIT bowel cancer screening test, from Cancer Research UK. FIT stands for faecal immunochemical test. It looks for tiny traces of blood in the poo which
In this video from RM Partners, Mr Nigel D’Souza, Colorectal Surgical Fellow, presents the results of the NICE FIT clinical trial. Find out more about the NICE FIT Study: https://www.nicefitstudy.com/
In June 2018 the South West Cancer Alliance (SWCA) implemented a faecal immunochemical testing (FIT) service for occult blood. To support its diagnostic pathway for colorectal cancer (CRC), this is
Professor Callum G. Fraser Explores the Need for Low Faecal Haemoglobin Concentration Estimates Faecal immunochemical tests for haemoglobin (FIT) are now widely used in asymptomatic screening for bowel cancer and
The NICE FIT Study is a research project in Bowel Cancer Care that has been initiated by the department of Colorectal Surgery at Croydon University Hospital together with RM Partners
This Industry Sponsored Workshop entitled ‘FIT to Practice?’ was given by Professor Callum Fraser, Sally Benton and Nigel D’Souza. They discussed data collected from testing FIT in the Symptomatic since
Catch the interactive audience discussions from the workshop held at ACB Focus 2018 on the use of faecal immunochemical testing for detecting colorectal disease.