Scientific Breakthrough: New Non-Invasive Oral HIV Rapid Test by OraWell Delivers Reliable Results in Just 10 Minutes

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OraWell USA announces its revolutionary at-home oral HIV test, an AIDS test that now delivers accurate results in just 10 minutes!

OraWell USA proudly announces its revolutionary, first-of-its kind, at-home oral HIV test, which can deliver reliable results in as little as 10 minutes. Now, it’s easier than ever to have peace of mind and find out the results of an HIV test sooner, without the hassle or inconvenience of having to visit a doctor’s office or clinic. There is no blood draw required for the test, and best of all, the results are completely confidential.

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one million people are living with HIV in the United States. More than one in five of those people living with HIV are unaware of their infection. Don’t live your life wondering if you are HIV-positive. Use the OraWell USA Oral HIV Rapid Test to find out the answer – the fast and easy way.

Reliable & Confidential HIV Test Results at Home
The OraWell Oral HIV Rapid Test 1&2 is a fully approved at-home test recommended by doctors and proven to deliver results with more than 99.98% accuracy. The test comes with supplies so patients can collect their own specimen of saliva as well as a panel to place the specimen onto for analysis. It’s as easy as collecting a sample of saliva and placing it on an easy-to-use specimen tray.

In about 10 minutes, patients using the test can learn the results, which are produced with a simple positive or negative response. There is no complicated scientific analysis of the results or confusing medical terminology to understand, so the OraWell Oral HIV Rapid Test is suitable for all users.

HIV and AIDS: Learn the Facts
It has been proven that acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is caused by viruses which are transmitted by sexual contact, blood transfusion, using contaminated blood products, and sharing contaminated needles. HIV-1 and 2 viruses, which may lead to AIDS, deplete T-helper cells in the body, leaving AIDS patients more susceptible to opportunistic infections and developing malignant tumors.

Patients with AIDS or those who are at risk of contracting the disease have a higher incidence of specific antibodies. The OraWell HIV-1&2 Antibody Saliva Rapid Screen Test was designed to detect these antibodies and identify any potential donors who are carrying these antibodies in their saliva.

OraWell At-Home HIV Test: How it Works
The OraWell HIV-1&2 Antibody Saliva Rapid Screen Test is a chromatographic immunoassay for the detection of antibodies to HIV-1&2 in human saliva. HIV-1&2 antibodies with binding protein are precoated onto membrane as capture reagents. During the testing, a specimen is allowed to react with the colloidal gold reagents which have been labeled with HIV- 1&2 specific antigens. If present in the saliva specimen, the antibodies will cause a pink-colored band to develop on the membrane in proportion to the amount of HIV-1&2 antibodies detected. A negative test result is indicated by an absence of this pink colored band in the test. As a procedural control, a pink-colored band will always appear in the control region of the test, regardless of the presence or absence of the antibodies.

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