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 as little as 20 minutes.

It'll be available in October in most retail pharmacies...and is similar to a test already being used in some physicians' 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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