The test is as simple to use as urine-based home pregnancy tests and urine glucose dip strips. The test could also be compared to a white blood cell count that merely indicates that your body is fighting an infection somewhere in the body – a medical practitioner is required to diagnose the infection and prescribe treatment.

In completed overseas clinical trials[1], the patented reagent in the MyCellHealth self-test kit has proven to successfully detect markers for a variety of different forms of unusual cell activity with a high degree of accuracy.  If you obtain a positive test result, you should see your doctor so that they can try to diagnose the underlying cause of the positive result.

** Not currently available for clinical use or sale – working prototype images shown here

1 Trials undertaken by the Jilin Biological Research Institute, funded by the product sponsors under permission 20100016