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The HIV home-testing kit for people in developing countries

A new device designed for people in developing countries to test themselves at home for HIV has been created by British designer Hans Ramzan. The self-testing kit known as “Catch” is designed so those who live long distances from their nearest doctor or hospital who may be reluctant to make the journey, can still check at home if they have the disease. Ramzan believes the device has the potential to “save millions of lives” as he hopes it

 

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