in a Research Study

Participate in a Research Study – Become a Luventix Patient Contributor

We are recruiting patients and family members to help us collect urine samples in order to develop medical tests. ​With your help we hope to revolutionize disease detection. A Luventix test panel has the potential to use a single urine sample and examine it for the probable presence of many different diseases.​

Our vision is to offer a test panel that literally anyone can afford. This will help you and your doctor decide if you should seek additional testing and consultations that can cost tens of thousands of dollars.

If you, or someone you know, has been recently diagnosed with a cancer, digestive tract, inflammatory, pulmonary, heart or infectious disease, and want to help us make a test for that disease, please fill out our form and we will send you a urine collection kit. Please see the list of diseases we need samples for below.​

All we need is a urine sample collected first thing in the morning, after not eating for about 8 hours. We will send you a kit that you must mail back to us on the same day you collect the sample – we provide a free return mailer and prepaid postage. We guarantee your privacy. A third party receives your data and keeps it safe, while we only get an ID number that they issue to you.​


Upon receipt of your urine sample and confirmation of your medical diagnosis, within 10 days we will send you a $100 gift card of your choice

You will receive the maximum available discount at the time of ordering on all future Luventix tests. (We are not trying to be wishy-washy here – tests may cost us differently to process over time, so we cannot give you an exact number that can last forever. What we will do is charge our Luventix patient contributors as little as possible, to cover our operating expenses.)

When a Luventix test that you helped us develop is launched, we will give you 3 free tests that you can use yourself or give to someone else

What we need

Patient Inclusion Criteria

Sample Collection Method

Types of samples