Welcome Carpenters Benefit Fund Members
Colorectal cancer screenings covered by your plan at 100%
Carpenters Benefit Funds of New Jersey has partnered with ColonCancerScreeningKit.com to provide its members a FREE at-home colorectal cancer screening test
Why get screened?
Colon cancer is one of the most preventable forms of cancer. A simple 5 minute screening test can help you detect and prevent cancer before any symptoms occur. All men and women at age 45 and over should begin regular screening.
1 in 20
Americans will be diagnosed with colon cancer in their lifetimes
Colon cancer is the second deadliest cancer in the USA
Colon Cancer affects men and women equally
About InSure® ONE™
ColonCancerScreeningKit.com uses the InSure ONE screening kit, a convenient, at-home fecal immunochemical test kit that only requires water-based sampling of one bowel movement. Colorectal cancer screening has never been easier.
Early detection for a preventable cancer
Colorectal cancer that is caught in the early stages has a 5-year survival rate of over 90%. Yet, only 39% of cases are diagnosed in early stages due to low screening rates. When disease spreads to distant organs, the 5-year survival rate drops to 11%.
Accurate colorectal screening
InSure® ONE™ is a fecal immunochemical test (FIT) that qualitatively detects human hemoglobin from blood in fecal samples, which may be an indication of lower gastrointestinal bleeding associated with polyps, colorectal cancers, or large adenomas that bleed.
Studies show that the InSure® ONE™ testing helps more people actually get the screening they need. FIT testing is considered a tier 1 test for colorectal screening and is supported by medical guidelines, including the American Cancer Society, the American College of Gastroenterology, and the US Preventive Services Task Force for early detection of Colorectal Cancer.
What’s in the kit
ColonCancerScreeningKit.com sends a patient-friendly kit that contains everything necessary to collect a water-based sample and package it for shipping in an enclosed self-mailing envelope.
The kit includes
- Patient instructions for use
- A test card
- 2 long-handled brushes
- 2 waste bags
- A form to enter your provider data
- Pre-paid envelope to return specimens to our lab
The convenient water-based collection method uses unique, patented brush sampling that does not require any stool collection or handling. There are no dietary or medicinal restrictions. Patients collect 2 water-based samples from a single bowel movement.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Screening for colorectal cancer for all adults is recommended to begin at age 45 by The National Cancer Institute and American Cancer Society. FIT can be completed yearly to stay current with screenings.
There is no out of pocket cost to plan members. The cost of the Fecal Immunochemical Test is covered at 100% and you are not required to submit any claims.
No. ColonCancerScreeningKit.com does not require a referring or primary physician for the test. However, if PCP information is provided, we will send a copy of your report to them.
A portal link to view your reports is sent to the email address on file once results are available. Results are typically available within one week after the lab receives the kit and will also be shared with your plans care team.
Yes. Getting screened through ColonCancerScreeningKit.com will not affect your ability to get screened via another method at a later date.
If you are not due for your follow up colonoscopy, you are in compliance with screening guidelines and this test is not necessary. However, there are still some advantages to completing a FIT. For example, studies show that completing an annual FIT in between colonoscopy allowed asymptomatic patients to detect cancer up to 2 years earlier. Your plan will cover the cost of your test if you choose to complete the test.
Completing the test through this campaign will not prevent or affect your ability from receiving any healthcare service from your regular primary care provider. You may continue to screen with your primary care provider, through this campaign or both. The advantage of screening through the campaign is that the kit is sent to your home