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Gay men may face higher rates of HIV if they switch from taking HIV tests in clinics to using home-based tests.
More recently developed “fourth-generation” HIV tests are far superior to older antibody assays at detecting virus during acute infection.
A youth group gives HIV test results to teens in public.
More than 1 million people worldwide are estimated to have HIV and TB coinfection.
The health care reform law imposes this tax on many medical device manufacturers.
Made by OraSure Technologies, the single-use test is available for $39.99 online and in stores nationwide.
70 percent of people in the company’s clinical trials said they would either definitely or very likely use it that way.
The first rapid in-home HIV test in the United States is now available at retailers nationwide and online.
OraSure Technologies has begun online sales of its OraQuick In-Home HIV Test. The single-use test costs $39.99 on the OraQuick website.
On July 3, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first in-home rapid HIV test.
Men who have sex with men and are at “high, high risk” of HIV can successfully use in-home rapid HIV tests to screen their sexual partners...
Australian HIV groups are calling on the government to lift a national ban that prevents HIV testing kits from being sold for at-home use.
OraSure’s OraQuick In-Home HIV Test has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Orasure’s oral swab-based rapid in-home HIV test has been recommended for approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Blood...
The test has been granted a CLIA waiver, meaning that its use is no longer limited to professionals who have received certification.
When it comes to testing people living with HIV for HCV antibodies using rapid assays, some tests appear more accurate than others.
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