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SELF TESTING HIV KITS, AVAILABLE IN HIGH STREET CHEMISTS IN BRITAIN. The BioSURE test, or self testing HIV kits, will provide results in 15 minutes
The fight against HIV has been boosted with High street chemists in Britain, now able to sell the BioSURE test, or self testing HIV kits, which provide results in 15 minutes.
The BioSURE test will provide an early diagnosis and reduce the waiting time between testing, results and start of treatment of the HIV disease. The self test will only need a small amount of blood through a finger prick , in order for one to detect the presence of HIV antibodies.
Superdrug, a high street chemist, says the BioSURE test is available in all of its 200 pharmacy stores across the UK for the price of £33.95. By Sibusiso Ngwenya source BBC
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