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Kathy Ireland Worldwide Partners with Molecular Testing Labs to Provide At-home HIV Testing

Kathy Ireland Worldwide has announced a partnership with Molecular Testing Labs to make at-home HIV testing available for $25 in support of World AIDS Day 2018.

From Dec. 1 through Dec. 7, individuals can purchase self-collect HIV testing kits at www.myhometests.com. The partnership aims to provide knowledge that testing can now be performed in the privacy of a home, at an affordable price. Through this newly available testing method, individuals can become empowered to make informed life decisions about HIV prevention and treatment in order to protect them and their loved ones. 

Upon ordering, HIV test kits are delivered directly to the requested address in a discreet package. The HIV test is a self-administered dry blood spot card with simple-to-follow instructions. These self-collected specimens are mailed back to Molecular in a provided envelope for processing and reporting, and the testing results are accessible from a private account on any device. Molecular partners with PWN Health to ensure proper physician oversight in the process, and to provide independent physician consults when needed.

Kathy Ireland, a brand ambassador and a worldwide advocate for disease prevention, treatment, and whenever possible, cures, continues to expand consumer awareness of this modern access point for testing alongside Molecular Testing Labs.

"There is no comfort in ignorance. Having experienced people facing terminal disease and death, when it could have been prevented, is heartbreaking. There is treatment. Please, for your sake, and the sake of those close to you… Know your status,” said Ireland. “If you need treatment, please seek it. This isn't something that is said often enough. The repetition is deliberate. Too many people are needlessly dying from infections. Elizabeth Taylor often said 'No one should die of ignorance.'"







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