Is self-diagnosis of urinary tract infections in pharmacy's future? Ortho Pharmaceutical Corp., Raritan, N.J., a Johnson & Johnson subsididary, plans to market an over-the-counter self-test kit for UTIs that will track the presence of white blood cells and bacteria in the urine. The company claims up to a 97% accuracy level. The patient will still need to go to the doctor for an antibiotic prescription and, if the test is negative, the patient may have to make the trip to the physician ...
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