Nu Q® Vet Cancer Test Product Information

How to submit a sample

We’ve created a step-by-step guide (below) showing you how to submit a sample for testing.

We recommend testing for all dogs (7 years and older), and younger dogs (4 years and older) in breeds with an increased risk of developing cancer in their lifetimes.

 

 

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How to interpret and communicate results

We’ve developed a simple traffic light system for interpreting results using the Nu.Q® Vet Cancer Test, and a simple guide around communicating results to pet parents. Please see our download below.

 

  • Results are consistent with those found in healthy animals over the age of 1 year, and all genders. Retest at your next visit.

  • If the patient has been fasted, and is otherwise healthy, re-test in 2-4 weeks ensuring a 4-hour fast. If the patient has not been fasted, and is otherwise healthy, repeat the test at your earliest convenience ensuring a 4-hour fast.

  • Nu.Q® Vet Cancer Test results at the high risk level are consistent with an increased risk of cancer in healthy animals over the age of 1 year, and all genders.

    Review medical history for previous conditions. Check for lumps, swollen lymph nodes, or signs of pains. Look for elevated white blood cell counts indicating inflammation.

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Technical Information

Access our detailed technical brochures here for a deeper understanding of our Nu.Q® Vet Cancer Test.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to our FAQ section, where we’ve compiled the most common questions and answers to help you navigate our services and offerings more efficiently and effectively.

 

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eIFU

Click here for in-depth technical information about our Nu.Q® Vet Cancer Test on our Electronic Instructions for Use (eIFU) website.

 

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Value of Screening Toolkit

We have a range of in-clinic materials available to help you promote the value of canine cancer screening at your veterinary practice.

Our resource pack comprises:

  • A short animation for your waiting room TV screen
  • A brochure for pet parents
  • Posters
  • Postcards
  • Social media assets
  • Website banner

Download and display our ‘value of screening’ toolkit today to raise awareness about the importance of early canine cancer detection at your clinic.

Our materials are free for download and use and if you have any suggestions about how we can support you further, please get in touch with our team. We would love to hear from you

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Nu.Q® Cancer Vet Test is now available via Reference Laboratories and in-house, patient-side.

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Looking for more information?

If you have any questions about the Nu.Q® Vet Cancer Test, our team of experts is here to help. With years of experience and a passion for canine cancer screening, they are equipped to provide professional advice and support.