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Put in for the test

This is how in seven steps

The animal owner and the veterinarian agrees to perform the assay.

The veterinarian downloads the assay form and instructions from alertixvet.com.

The veterinarian takes a blood sample from the dog.

The veterinarian or laboratory staff centrifuge the sample.

The assay form is filled in. The test tube is marked with the id-number of the form.

The test tube with centrifuged plasma is sealed and posted to the lab along with the form by mail.

The sample is analyzed at the lab.

The veterinarian receives the assay results within a week. The reply also includes guidance for how to interpret the result and suggestions for possible follow-ups.

Alertix Canine

Assay for early detection, monitoring and screening of tumor diseases in dogs. The assay is available to veterinary clinics and laboratories in Sweden and Scandinavia.
Read more about Alertix Canine

Alertix Feline

Assay for early detection, monitoring and screening of tumor diseases in cats. The assay is under development.
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Under utveckling

Alertix Equine

Assay for early detection, monitoring and screening of tumor diseases in horses. The assay is under development.
Under utveckling
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About cancer in companion animals

Did you know that our companion animals are afflicted by cancer as often as humans? Dogs and cats share not only our living environment but also our lifestyle. Because of this they are exposed to the same risk factors for cancer. Veterinary care is getting better and better at treating cancer in companion animals. But the crucial factor of success is that the disease is detected in time.

Read more about cancer in companion animals