Getting tested for HIV often requires a trip to the doctor and a long wait, but the 'INSTI' HIV self test aims to change this. Created by Andrew Zo and BioLytical, the 'INSTI' test works by allowing consumers to purchase the test and perform it entirely on their own from the comfort of their home.
The most important aspect of the 'INSTI' HIV test is that it is packaged in a user-friendly way that ensures users won't be left wondering what step to follow next. Aside from the self test itself, the 'INSTI' kit also comes with a sealable plastic bag for discreet disposal after the test has been performed. With HIV remaining a prevalent issue for a large number of communities around the world, the 'INSTI' HIV test kit encourages users to test themselves if they can't or don't want to visit a doctor.
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