the new OTC OraQuick In-Home HIV Test

Patients will ask about the new OTC OraQuick In-Home HIV Test that gives results AT HOME in 20 to 40 minutes.

It'll be available in October in most retail pharmacies...and is similar to the rapid test used in some providers' offices.

Patients using OraQuick use a swab to get an oral fluid sample then place it in a vial of solution. In 20 to 40 minutes, the device gives one line for a negative result...and two lines for positive.

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