|Hep C kits?
Oct 6, 2004
Are the Hep C kits that you can buy in a pharmacy accurate and something you could rely on? Or would you recommend going to an actual Lab (Quest) to have the test run?
| Response from Dr. Dieterich
The kits are not bad and are a start. If you want to start there, then that is OK. However, I don't think you can just walk into a Quest lab without a doctor's order. It is always more accurate to get the blood tests and you can also ask for hepatitis A and B antibody tests as well as HIV. If you are negative for A and B you should get vaccinated for those. DTD
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