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Dr Gareth James

GP & Medical Director

“As a doctor with over 30 years of experience I am a true believer in pre-emptive and holistic patient centred healthcare, alongside a healthy, active lifestyle. Easy accessibility of self-initiated blood testing combined with concise meaningful analysis means there has never been a better time to be proactive with your own health; empowering you to make well informed changes, to improve your future wellbeing.”

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Sian Baker

Head of Wellbeing Services

“Access to accurate and simple home testing enables us all to be proactive about our health, which is hugely positive. Testing is different for each individual; it can be the start of a journey to establishing better health, indicate the presence of a health condition or allow for convenient home monitoring.”

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