In Brief: Home Access Health
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Home Access Health: Expands distribution of the Home Access HIV-1 Test System and Home Access Express home blood test kits following J&J's decision to withdraw its Confide home HIV test kit from the market ("The Tan Sheet" June 30, p. 3). Home Access plans to ship the kits to an additional 2,100 drug stores. With other retail distribution agreements in the works, Home Access Health expects its test kits will be carried by a total of 30,000 retail outlets by year-end, the Hoffman Estates, Ill.-based firm says. Home Access test kits are now carried in approximately 17,000 retail locations...
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