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Colorectal Cancer 

Labcorp Oncology offers a comprehensive test menu to support you in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with colorectal cancer throughout their continuum of care, from early screening and diagnostics through treatment and follow-up. 

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Genetic Risk Evaluation

Germline Testing

VistaSeq® Hereditary Cancer Panels

Provides an assessment of genetic mutations known to be associated with hereditary cancer syndromes.

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Germline Testing

Lynch Syndrome Germline Testing

Full gene sequencing and deletion/duplication analysis to confirm a clinical diagnosis of Lynch syndrome. Lynch syndrome accounts for about 3% of all colorectal cancer (CRC) cases.2,3

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Septin 9 Gene Methylation Detection

Qualitative in vitro diagnostic method for the detection of methylated Septin 9 DNA in plasma. The methylated form of Septin 9 DNA has been associated with the occurrence of colorectal cancer.4

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Fecal Occult Blood Immunoassay

Qualitative detection of fecal occult blood. This test is intended only for the detection of human hemoglobin in fecal specimens and is designed for preliminary colorectal cancer screening. A positive result should be followed up with additional diagnostic procedures.5

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Complex Tumor Analysis by IHC

Our extensive antibody library and team of pathologists experienced in varying sub-specialties enable us to provide a differential diagnostic analysis in even the most difficult cases.

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Comprehensive Lynch Syndrome Tumor Testing

Tumor testing can reveal whether the colorectal cancer is caused by the genes related to Lynch syndrome. Tumor tests include immunohistochemistry and/or molecular analysis. Positive/absent results indicate a malfunction in the genes connected to Lynch syndrome.

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Predictive tests for clinical management and treatment decision-making

KRAS gene mutation analysis, IVDMutations in the KRAS gene (exons 2, 3, and 4)Cetuximab6, Panitumumab7
NRAS gene mutation analysis, extendedMutations in the NRAS gene (exons 2, 3, and 4)Cetuximab8, Panitumumab9
BRAF gene mutation analysisMutations in the BRAF geneCetuximab, Panitumumab10
MSI by PCR or mismatch repair (MMR) proteins by IHC Microsatellite instabilityPembrolizumab11
DPD 5-FU toxicity analysisMutation in the DPD gene (IVS14+1G>A mutation)5-FU-based chemotherapy12
UGT1A1 Irinotecan Toxicity Polymorphism UGT1A1*28Irinotecan13,14
OmniSeq INSIGHT®, solid tumor NGS panel (DNA and RNA)Includes PD-L1 IHC, DNA and RNA sequencing (523 genes), MSI, TMB*, fusion analysis including NTRK, and immune gene profilingTargeted therapies and immunotherapies

*TMB - tumor mutational burden

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Cancer Antigen 19-9

For the quantitative determination of CA 19-9 tumor-associated antigen in serum or plasma of patients with colorectal cancer to monitor disease process.15

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Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)

For the in vitro quantitative determination of carcinoembryonic antigen in human serum and plasma. The CEA assay is indicated for serial measurement of CEA to aid in the management of cancer patients.16

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