The Roche Cervical Cancer Portfolio supports clinical decision-making across the continuum of screening, triage and diagnosis.
The Roche cervical cancer portfolio provides three clinically validated tests to help identify women at risk of cervical cancer and improve detection and confirmation of high-grade disease in a single round of screening. Our portfolio of proven molecular and tissue-based tests utilises the science of HPV and biomarker technology to deliver highly sensitive and specific results, helping bring more clarity of answers for clinical decisions.
We understand how important it is for laboratory professionals to support healthcare providers and patients with accurate results. As the HPV-vaccinated population continues to grow, it is becoming increasingly difficult to detect patients at high risk of developing cervical cancer. To combat this challenge, labs need the automation, throughput, and quality control found in our products to confidently handle primary screening volume and protect women from developing cervical cancer. The science, clinical proof, and biomarker technology behind our portfolio delivers simplicity and efficiency currently missing from older testing options.
Be confident with cobas® HPV test
Screening with HPV DNA can identify women at risk for cervical cancer. The cobas® HPV test is the first clinically validated, FDA-approved, CE-IVD marked HPV DNA test for all cervical screening indications: primary screening, ASC-US triage and co-testing. cobas® HPV simultaneously provides pooled results on known high-risk HPV genotypes and individual results on the two highest-risk genotypes, HPV 16 and HPV 18, giving three results in one from a single sample.
Diagnose with CINtec® Histology, our product that enhances identification of occult cervical lesions that may be missed by H&E or morphologic interpretation alone. The CINtec® Histology test is the only clinically validated test that uses advanced p16 biomarker technology to confirm the presence or absence of cervical lesions due to transforming HPV infections.