The recommended action upon getting a positive result is to see your doctor to diagnose what unusual cell activity might be taking place in your body and recommend treatment if required.

Whilst a positive result is no guarantee of the presence of life threatening cells, you are strongly encouraged to see your doctor to arrange a full range of tests in order to identify the unusual cell activity that is taking place and ensure that where required, this is treated or monitored for future change.


Should this unusual cell activity be diagnosed by a medical professional as being a growth or tumour that could be life-threatening, it is well documented[1][2] that early detection potentially reduces the cost of care and improves the chance of making a full recovery.

1 Value-Based Access Report – independent literature review conducted on behalf of ATH

2 Pharmalex (formerly Brandwood CKC) Supplementary Literature Review – review conducted on behalf of ATH

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