HOW CDPATH WORKS
CDPATH utilizes both your doctor's clinical evaluation of your Crohn's disease and your blood test to provide your risk profile for potentially developing Crohn’s disease-related complications* within 3 years.
Report is based on a combination of factors
Your doctor's evaluation of your Crohn's disease
Blood test markers Genetic data
Based on your report, you will see your profile as having a low, medium, or high potential risk of developing serious Crohn’s disease-related complications* over the next 3 years.
Actual charts will vary based on each individual patient's results.
How will you receive your results?
Your doctor will receive a CDPATH report approximately 7 days after your blood is drawn and set up a time to review it with you. Ask your doctor if you have questions about the information you see in your report.
*CDPATH defines serious complications for patients with Crohn's disease as any fistulas or strictures in your bowels or any surgery in your bowels other than the area in or around the anus.