FDA warns US consumers on unapproved HIV test:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US FDA is warning that the EZ MedTest HIV test, distributed via an Internet web site is unapproved and unreliable. The blood test is labelled as manufactured by Sovo Tec Diagnostics and distributed by Cyberlinx Marketing - a Las Vegas, Nevada-based company. According to the FDA's warning letter, the kit was referred to the FDA for testing by the Federal Trade Commission and false negatives were obtained.
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