HIV home tests seized from market over potential risk

04:55 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Pharmafile

The MHRA has removed over 100 HIV home testing kits from two UK based suppliers, after they were found not to contain a valid CE mark. The CE mark indicates that the product has met regulatory requirements and any products that do not feature this could potentially be defective.

The MHRA has warned that anybody who self-tested with the kit produced by Qingdao Hightop Biotech Co Ltd should immediately get themselves re-tested at a local sexual health clinic or through their GP.

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