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Prevent the Preventable.
Manage the Manageable.

Congenital Cytomegalovirus (cCMV) is the most common virus passed from mothers to babies during pregnancy.

Prevent the Preventable.
Manage the Manageable.

Congenital Cytomegalovirus (cCMV) is the most common virus passed from mothers to babies during pregnancy.

Learn more about cCMV

Why test for cCMV?

These lifelong health and developmental disabilities can be prevented and managed with our simple saliva test that provides results in less than one hour – a mere hour for lifelong impact.

A Deeper Dive
Click to download  “Experts Make the Case for Universal CMV Screening”, Infectious Diseases
Click to view Educational Webinar:  A Silent Risk to Newborns

Why test with a simple molecular saliva test?

Antigen rich sample due to the fact that CMV replicates in the salivary glands, high level of shedding

Recommended sample by the CMV consensus guidelines

In studies, saliva performs equal or better than urine in the detection of congenital CMV

Urine collection can be a challenge, squeezing diapers or having to put a catheter is more complicated than collecting a saliva sample

Education and Outreach Tools for Congenital Cytomegalovirus (cCMV)

As committed partners in the shared healthcare mission of improving patient outcomes and quality of life, a diagnostic platform itself does not drive essential testing demand and utilization. We are proud of the diagnostic portfolio we provide, and more proud that our support goes beyond the product you purchase.

Collaborating on educational outreach content with our collective subject matter expertise, we offer our partners educational and outreach tools – driving testing utilization as part of our total solution.

Below are examples of educational content available to our customers, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg! If you’re interested in additional tools to help us educate and drive test utilization, click here to have one of our representatives reach out to discuss.

cCMV – 6 Facts to Know

Understanding CMV Educational Brochure

“CMV causes disease in more children than anything else we screen pregnant women or newborns for. Every year there are several thousand babies in the US who are harmed by congenital CMV infections.”

Soren Gantt, MD PhD MPH

Associate Professor | Department of Pediatrics Division of Infectious Diseases | University of British Columbia Director of Clinical Research | BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute, Vancouver, BC

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