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CWD Test Results
CWD Test Results
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​​​​​​​What Are The Tests For?

  • CPW biologists are working to improve the knowledge of infection rates around the state.

  • Tests are only intended to screen for evidence of chronic wasting disease (CWD) infection.

  • There are no reports of CWD infection in humans, but public health officials recommend that people avoid eating CWD-infected animals.​

How the Testing Works

  • Timely submission of your sample is critical​

  • Accuracy can vary depending on the stage of the infection in the animal

  • Test accuracy rates are more than 90%, no testing process can assure 100% accuracy for CWD diagnosis​

Find Results​​​​

  • Please plan to allow at least three weeks (15 business days) from the date a head is submitted for results to become available.​ See "When Can I Expect My Results" on the Submission page for more details.
  • ​Enter your test submission number below.
  • Click the "Get Result" button. ​
  • If you have any questions ​​regarding your results​, please contact Colorado Parks and Wildlife​.​​​​​​​​​​​​

Your submission will help us get a better understanding of​ the disease affecting our wildlife. 

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