new rapid ORAL HIV screening test called OraQuick Advance Rapid

Physicians and clinics will be able to use a new rapid ORAL HIV screening test called OraQuick Advance Rapid. The inside of the patient's mouth is swabbed, then the swab is placed in a vial of reactant.

HIV antibodies can be detected in 20 minutes...while the patient is still waiting in the office.

Routine blood tests can take up to 2 weeks to process and many patients don't come back for their results.

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