Colorectal Cancer Screening Study

Due for a colonoscopy? Help researchers develop non-invasive cancer testing methods using a simple blood draw. Compensation up to $250. 

We are looking for participants for a research study that explores the possibility of a non-invasive method of detecting colorectal cancer through a blood test. Your participation could change how colorectal cancer is detected in the future.

What to Expect


After you Take the survey, you’ll receive a call from our study coordinator to confirm your eligibility.


Give a Blood Sample. A phlebotomist will come to your home to take the 1-time blood draw.


Complete your previously scheduled colonoscopy with a provider of your choice no more than 90 from blood collection and then you receive compensation for completion.

Clinical Study

This research study may be an option for people who:

Potential Risks of Clinical Trials

The nature of clinical trials means that researchers are still evaluating the effects, efficacy, and safety of new treatments in comparison to standard treatment. New treatments aren’t always better than the standard treatment available. In some situations, they may be less effective. Be aware that you may experience unexpected side effects, or side effects may be worse than the standard treatment. Patients in randomized clinical trials can’t choose their treatment, nor can their doctors. However, no patient in a colorectal cancer clinical trial will receive less than the standard of care

Mon-Fri: 10am-3pm and Sat & Sun: Appointment Only