This blood test has been designed to aid the identification of cancer in the bloodstream. It is a prevention test, the result of which does not in any way constitute a medical diagnosis and is not a replacement for recognised routine cancer tests such as mammography, colonoscopy / faecal occult blood testing, PAP smear / bimanual pelvic exam, or any physical exam.
See what our customers are saying about MediChecks.
Mr Koster - Berkshire
“I would like to thank you for your excellent service and help. I was called on the day you received my samples for a “well man check plus” test by Eileen Hall and was explained how things would proceed. My results came through quickly and a day or 2 later Eileen and I spoke again, at length. Eileen explained my results in a professional, yet friendly and attentive manner, answered my questions and ensured that I was clear about everything. I felt cared for. My report arrived the next day and included recommended life changes and suggestions, and possible further tests that may help me. The whole experience showed that having a health check can be an easy, agreeable and clarifying procedure and one that even the most reticent person could embrace with ease.”
Mrs Buckley - Suffolk
“I am just writing to say what excellent service I have received in relation to the Vit D test I ordered. I phoned to ask about using Recorded Delivery and had a really warm, friendly and informed and professional response from a very, very nice lady who took the call. There wasn't a lengthy and frustrating "press Number "-" for . . . " to go through before my call was answered and I didn't have to wait in a queue for my call to be answered and once answered I didn't feel "rushed" at all during the call. This morning I received an email to say my results were available online and I was also called to be told my results by the same really nice woman I spoke with yesterday as she said she recognised my Results and wanted to reassure me as quickly as possible given the trouble I had had getting enough blood to fill the phial and knowing I was dreading having to possibly redo the test. I can't speak highly enough of the service.”