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Home Access® HEPATITIS C Test Screening Kit


confidential and anonymous diagnostic test performed at home for the determination and identification of the Hepatitis C virus in whole blood.  Clinically proven to be greater than 99.9% accurate and approved for home use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. All inclusive price for one complete Hepatitis C test screen. Prepaid laboratory processing, personal coded identification (PIN) number, prepaid shipping mailer and toll free 800 number access for test results. Anonymity of results is guaranteed.


The Home Access® Hepatitis C Test was developed for use in screening for and identifying the human hepatitis C virus in whole blood. The test is anonymous and completed on a private and confidential basis at home without the necessity and high cost of physician consultations and laboratory fees. The comprehensive test kit includes all the components required to anonymously collect a small whole blood specimen, have it processed and screened for the Hepatitis C virus by an accredited diagnostic laboratory and receive the results about 10 days after samples are received by the laboratory. The Home Access® Hepatitis C test has been clinically proven and certified by the FDA to be safe, effective and equally accurate as Hepatitis C tests administered by doctors, clinics and professional healthcare providers. Use of a Home Access® Hepatitis C Test kit affords total anonymity and privacy to the tested individual.


Hepatitis C (HepC or HCV) is a viral infection which causes inflammation and cell deterioration in the liver. Hepatitis C is a blood borne infection, and may result from exposure to blood or body fluids that contain the hepatitis C virus. Consequently, exposure and method of infection is similar to that of the HIV virus. Approximately 4.1 million Americans are infected with hepatitis C. Currently, Hepatitis C is responsible for an estimated 9,000-10,000 deaths annually resulting from chronic liver failure. Hepatitis C is the leading cause for liver transplant and the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. Comparatively, hepatitis C is five times more prevalent than HIV. According to the National Institute of Health, the highest rates of HCV infection are found among injection drug users and hemophilia patients (60%-90%); moderate rates among hemodialysis patients (20%); and lower rates among persons with numerous sexual partners (>50). Hepatitis C infection affects persons of all ages, but highest prevalence is among middle-age adults. The immune system of infected individuals is seldom able to clear the virus completely. Over 70% of Hepatitis C cases become chronic, meaning liver enzyme levels remain elevated for at least six months after infection. The enzymes alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) are released when liver cells are injured or die. Elevated ALT and AST levels may appear and disappear throughout the course of the infection.

Hepatitis C is a silent disease (absence of symptoms). Consequently serious liver damage can occur prior to initial diagnosis. Untreated, hepatitis C can eventually result in complete liver failure. At risk individuals should be tested periodically for the Hepatitis C virus as a matter of routine health maintenance.



FDA approved Sample Collection and Processing Kit:

Pre-treated specimen collection card, finger lancets, lancet disposal container, gauze, alcohol swabs, band-aid, anonymous PIN number, (800) telephone access number, sample return envelope with prepaid mailing label, instruction manual and Hepatitis C information and resource guide.


The complete test procedure is accomplished in a few easy steps using the materials provided in the kit package. Prior to testing, a special toll free number is called to activate the 14 digit test code and to obtain anonymous access to professional counselors to insure the entire test process is understood. Using the spring loaded lancet device, the finger is pricked and two drops of blood are deposited on a specially treated test card. The sample test card is then sealed and placed in the self addressed postage prepaid mailer. In approximately 10 business days, the special access toll free number is called for test results. Using only the assigned 14 digit code PIN number, the caller is given the test results and if necessary, has the option to receive professional post-test counseling and medical referrals.

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The Home Access® Hepatitis C Screening Test is FDA approved and available for home or professional use in the following standard sales units. Each test kit is all inclusive and individually boxed with all the components required to perform one whole blood Hepatitis C screen. There are no additional costs beyond the kit purchase price and all laboratory processing fees and mailing costs are prepaid and included. Professional and reseller volume discounts may apply to quantity purchases above the sale units listed. Contact Customer Service for volume quotations.






Home Access® Hepatitis C Screening Test

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