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Drug tests: New Zealand requires a partner screening for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) of partners as well as for new sexual partners. A treatment has been developed that screens for a specific strain of hepatitis C, Hepatitis C protein-linked immunosorbent assay (HLPISA). FUMPIQ and Gomni are two solutions of the result which can be run in a laboratory setting. These products can detect STDs and also for therapeutic purposes.
Under the proposal as reported in Science, quarantines may be established to isolate the mariposa virus. Treatments may be conducted for symptoms such as fever, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea that may develop with the virus after getting the virus. The active ingredients and specific steps of the therapy should be established by specialists from academia, government, the medical sector, civil society and patients. A vaccine might be necessary to protect individuals from infection. If treating fluids associated with the virus are not possible, non-oral drugs should be used. In the event of treatment failure, continued therapy should be resorted to for further management.
Please refer to the below official website for a certain study published in 2008.
Read below if you have a program or online test that you would like my professional help.
WWW.DREDUAMS.ORG. You can also link to this on WhatsApp or any major microblogging sites.
But, as always, before any contact information is offered.
Dr Chinkay and colleagues
That is all the information that can be provided here and I am sorry for the inconvenience caused to you.
I shall respond to the next query, as soon as possible.
Dr Frank Sruppy