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App Aims to Encourage At-Home HIV Testing

News   Dec 03, 2018 | Original Press Release from the McGill University Health Centre

 
App Aims to Encourage At-Home HIV Testing

HIVSmart! is available for smartphone, tablet or web-based (Android, iPhone, and iPad) confidential software app that was developed by Dr. Pant Pai and her team at the RI-MUHC. It informs, interprets and stores data confidentially but, most importantly, it links users to counselling or care quickly and encourages the user to stay in care. Credit: McGill University Health Centre

 
 
 

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